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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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Sunday, October 10, 2004

 

Staying the Course...An Exercise in Madness

Staying the course. It seems like King George the Cowardly's mantra. That and "we're working hard" and of course, his favorite top ten..."Elect me or the "tarer-ists" will "git ya". By the way, Bush is about as "Texan" as chowder. He was born in Connecticut, went to Harvard and Yale back east...so, when you see him doing his imitation of the "Cowboy President"...just remember, it's all a show. In fact, that really is the truth of it...it's all a show. Condi Rice

and Colin Powell,

as most blacks will tell you, are black in name only. They may as well change their last names to Steppenfetchit.

You've got the bizarre, eyes to heaven, singing "Let the Eagle Soar" nut in charge of the Department of Justice, Ashcroft...
the "There are known knowns and known unknowns..." Rummie, aka Donald Rumsfeld, and of course, who can forget "The Real Slim Cheney"...the Dick man.

It's really and truly an "Alice in Wonderland" White House.

You've got Laura "The Robot" Bush, that chain smoking Stepford Wife
...you've got the Bush twins, whose antics from passing a fake ID to get booze to sticking their slimy tongues out at the press corps....and you've got that bizarre grandmother...the Reincarnation of George Washington, Barbara Bush.

It really is weird enough to be something out of a SitCom. All you need is Uncle Fester...and in fact, we have him in the form of Richard Armitage, that bald looking enforcer who doubles as the Assistant Secretary of State.

And then of course, King George the Crazy....


Well...the above picture pretty well wraps it up I think!

 

GeorgeSoros.com

GeorgeSoros.com
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Thoughts on the Iraq war and the current administration by George Soros.

Send a message to George Soros >>

Saturday, October 9, 2004
Updated Speech

I recently revised my speech, and I would like to highlight the following paragraph. It is shocking to me that this has not received more attention.

By now we know that we went to war on false pretenses. The weapons of mass destruction could not be found, and the connection with al Qaeda could not be established. What has not yet sunk in is that President Bush, Vice President Cheney and Condoleeza Rice deliberately deceived the public. They were told by the experts of the Energy Department that the famous aluminium rods could not possibly be used as centrifuges before they pointed to them as the most concrete evidence that Saddam had a nuclear program. This was spelled out in an article in The New York Times. I don't know why this information hasn't received more attention. Perhaps the New York Times article was too long. "

 

Lawmakers consider 'smart' driver's licenses

"Lawmakers consider 'smart' driver's licenses

WorldNetDaily | Oct 7 2004

Computer chip's signals allow data to be read from a distance


IA controversial technology already planned for tracking consumer products could be used to create "smart" driver's licenses that emit signals readable from a distance, according to federal and state government officials contemplating ways to fight identity fraud.

Radio frequency identification, or RFID, could help thwart terrorists who use falsified documents to get around, say Virginia lawmakers who will hear testimony on the technology's uses, reports Wired.com.

As WorldNetDaily reported, a Johnson & Johnson executive recently told industry leaders that in the future, the RFID chips will be "on everything from diapers to surgical instruments."

On the driver's licenses, the computer chips would emit a radio signal bearing the holder's unique, personal information. Virginia is considering adding biometric data such as fingerprints and retinal scans to the RFID tags.


But privacy advocates fear government could use the technology to spy on citizens and believe it could make identity theft even more complicated.
Government agents could, for example, easily identify large numbers of protesters in a march, and crooks could mine personal information from the wallets of passersby on a street corner, Wired.com said.

A government also could track the movement of its citizens by coupling global positioning data related to satellites with information from card readers that translate the signals.

Advocates of the technology insist, however, the fears are exaggerated.

"Putting a chip or biometric data on a driver's license doesn't change one iota the rules under which that information can be used," said Robert D. Atkinson, vice president at the Progressive Policy Institute, according to Wired.

But Virginia lawmakers say they need to be convinced the technology cannot be easily abused. "
========SNIP================
Hmmmmmmmmm....do tell!

 

WorldNetDaily: Feds plan to track every car

"LIFE WITH BIG BROTHER
Feds plan to track every car
Obscure agency working on technology to monitor all vehicles

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Posted: October 7, 2004
1:00 a.m. Eastern




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© 2004 WorldNetDaily.com
A little-known federal agency is planning a new monitoring program by which the government would track every car on the road by using onboard transceivers.

The agency, the Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office, is part of the Department of Transportation. According to an extensive report in the Charlotte, N.C., Creative Loafing, the agency doesn't respond to public inquiries about its activity.


According to the report, cutting-edge tracking technology will be used by government transportation management centers to monitor every aspect of transportation. Under the plan, not only will movement be monitored but it also will be archived in massive databases for future use.

The paper reports a group of car manufacturers, technology companies and government interests have worked toward implementing the project for 13 years.

States the Creative Loafing report:

"The only way for people to evade the national transportation tracking system they're creating will be to travel on foot. Drive your car, and your every movement could be recorded and archived. The federal government will know the exact route you drove to work, how many times you braked along the way, the precise moment you arrived – and that every other Tuesday you opt to ride the bus.

"They'll know you're due for a transmission repair and that you've neglected to fix the ever-widening crack that resulted from a pebble dinging your windshield."

The agency's website says its purpose is to "use advanced technology to improve the efficiency and safety of our nation's surface transportation system."

Critics believe the program will be used to line the pockets of business interests that stand to gain from the sale of needed technology and that the government will use the data collected to tax drivers on their driving habits.

Though the program has ominous privacy implications, Creative Loafing reports none of the privacy-rights organizations it contacted were aware of the government's plans.

The report states that more than $4 billion in federal tax dollars has already been spent to lay the foundation for the system, which will use GPS technology and other methods to monitor Americans' movements.

The plan includes transceivers, or "onboard units," that will transmit data from each car to the system, the first models of which are expected to be unveiled next spring. By 2010, the paper reported, automakers hope to start installing them in cars. The goal is to equip 57 million vehicles by 2015.

Creative Loafing quotes Bill Jones, technical director of the Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office, from a speech he gave in January.

"The concept," said Jones, "is that vehicle manufacturers will install a communications device on the vehicle starting at some future date, and equipment will be installed on the nation's transportation system to allow all vehicles to communicate with the infrastructure."

"The whole idea here is that we would capture data from a large number of vehicles," Jones said at another meeting of transportation officials in May. "That data could then be used by public jurisdictions for traffic management purposes and also by private industry, such as DaimlerChrysler, for the services that they wish to provide for their customers."

The plan sees the federal government working with auto manufacturers to place the transponders in vehicles at the factory, giving consumers little chance to drive a new car not tethered to transportation computers.

One of the program's visions is for transportation officials to share collected data with law enforcement, meaning a driver potentially could get a speeding ticket based on information stored in a government computer.

Proponents of the system say the safety benefits are enormous. One goal is to virtually eliminate auto accidents by having vehicles "communicate" with each other.

Neil Schuster is president and CEO of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America, a group of government and business people that's the driving force behind the program.

"When I get on an airplane everyone in the system knows where I am," Schuster told Creative Loafing. "They know which tickets I bought. You could probably go back through United Airlines and find out everywhere I traveled in the last year. Do I worry about that? No. We've decided that airline safety is so important that we're going to put a transponder in every airplane and track it. We know the passenger list of every airplane and we're tracking these things so that planes don't crash into each other. Shouldn't we have that same sense of concern and urgency about road travel? The average number of fatalities each year from airplanes is less than 100. The average number of deaths on the highway is 42,000. I think we've got to enter the debate as to whether we're willing to change that in a substantial way and it may be that we have to allow something on our vehicles that makes our car safer. ... I wouldn't mind some of this information being available to make my roads safer so some idiot out there doesn't run into me."

At least one proponent of the plan is actually using the term "Orwellian" to describe it.

At a workshop for industry and government leaders last year, the Charlotte paper reports, John Worthington, president and CEO of TransCore – one of the companies currently under contract to develop the onboard units for cars – described the system as "kind of an Orwellian all-singing, all-dancing collector/aggregator/disseminator of transportation information."

 

Lawmakers consider 'smart' driver's licenses

"Lawmakers consider 'smart' driver's licenses

WorldNetDaily | Oct 7 2004

Computer chip's signals allow data to be read from a distance


IA controversial technology already planned for tracking consumer products could be used to create "smart" driver's licenses that emit signals readable from a distance, according to federal and state government officials contemplating ways to fight identity fraud.

Radio frequency identification, or RFID, could help thwart terrorists who use falsified documents to get around, say Virginia lawmakers who will hear testimony on the technology's uses, reports Wired.com.

As WorldNetDaily reported, a Johnson & Johnson executive recently told industry leaders that in the future, the RFID chips will be "on everything from diapers to surgical instruments."

On the driver's licenses, the computer chips would emit a radio signal bearing the holder's unique, personal information. Virginia is considering adding biometric data such as fingerprints and retinal scans to the RFID tags.


But privacy advocates fear government could use the technology to spy on citizens and believe it could make identity theft even more complicated.
Government agents could, for example, easily identify large numbers of protesters in a march, and crooks could mine personal information from the wallets of passersby on a street corner, Wired.com said.

A government also could track the movement of its citizens by coupling global positioning data related to satellites with information from card readers that translate the signals.

Advocates of the technology insist, however, the fears are exaggerated.

"Putting a chip or biometric data on a driver's license doesn't change one iota the rules under which that information can be used," said Robert D. Atkinson, vice president at the Progressive Policy Institute, according to Wired.

But Virginia lawmakers say they need to be convinced the technology cannot be easily abused. "
========SNIP================
Hmmmmmmmmm....do tell!

 

Bush aides deny Internet rumors he was wired - Oct 10, 2004

"Bush aides deny Internet rumors he was wired
Sunday, October 10, 2004 Posted: 9:31 AM EDT (1331 GMT)



What appears to be a bulge in the back of President Bush's coat prompted widespread speculation.


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CHANHASSEN, Minnesota (AP) -- Bush campaign aides are laughing off widespread Internet suggestions that President Bush was wired during his first debate with John Kerry, to get help from advisers.

A photo taken during the September 30th event appears to show a small, boxy shape between the president's shoulder blades.

Musings on various Web sites suggest it could have been a radio receiver so the president's aides could feed him answers during the debate.

Spokesman Scott Stanzel calls the idea "ridiculous," and adds, "Some people have been spending too many hours looking at left-wing conspiracy Web sites."

He adds, "Did you hear the one about Elvis moderating the third debate?"
===========SNIP================
Methinks thou doth protest too much !


 

Galveston County sues Fastows to collect back taxes

 

Drugs approved for adult use administered to Medicaid kids

Drugs approved for adult use administ"Drugs approved for adult use administered to Medicaid kids

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AUSTIN — The state-sponsored health insurance system is permitting children enrolled in the program to get powerful mood-altering drugs without a mental health diagnosis warranting their use, a new study shows.

The study, conducted for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, said 52 percent of the 12,168 children on Medicaid receiving antidepressants did not have a diagnosis justifying the use of the drugs.

Also, there were also no proper diagnoses in the case of 47 percent of young patients receiving antipsychotics and in 28 percent of patients getting stimulants, according to the Texas Pediatric/Adolescent Drug Review conducted for the state by ACS-Heritage.

"Initial studies with Paxil (paroxetine) and subsequent studies with other agents suggest that there appears to be an increased risk of suicidal thought and actions in children who were prescribed antidepressant drugs," said the study. "Although it is unclear whether antidepressants directly contribute to the emergence of suicidal thinking and behavior, the FDA's actions are intended to highlight the need for careful monitoring of patients, particularly children and adolescents being treated with these drugs."

The study said almost 75 percent of the claims for antidepressants for the Texas children were for drugs that the Food and Drug Administration warned last March can worsen depression and lead to suicidal thoughts.

Although the FDA has approved the antidepressants for use in adults, most have not been approved for use in children. Patients taking the drugs must be closely observed, the agency said.

But Texas health officials emphasized that individual medical records must be reviewed to verify a drug was prescribed improperly. A doctor might write a refill for a psychotropic drug under a pre-existing mental health diagnosis during a visit in which the doctor is treating an ear infection in the patient, HHSC spokeswoman Stephanie Goodman said.

Although the earlier diagnosis would not necessarily appear on the claim, Goodman said that doesn't mean it is an "improper" diagnosis.

"There are some issues in here that on the face of them clearly raise concerns, but we don't yet have enough complete information to draw a conclusion," she told the Houston Chronicle in Saturday's editions."

 

Drugs approved for adult use administered to Medicaid kids

Drugs approved for adult use administ"Drugs approved for adult use administered to Medicaid kids

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AUSTIN — The state-sponsored health insurance system is permitting children enrolled in the program to get powerful mood-altering drugs without a mental health diagnosis warranting their use, a new study shows.

The study, conducted for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, said 52 percent of the 12,168 children on Medicaid receiving antidepressants did not have a diagnosis justifying the use of the drugs.

Also, there were also no proper diagnoses in the case of 47 percent of young patients receiving antipsychotics and in 28 percent of patients getting stimulants, according to the Texas Pediatric/Adolescent Drug Review conducted for the state by ACS-Heritage.

"Initial studies with Paxil (paroxetine) and subsequent studies with other agents suggest that there appears to be an increased risk of suicidal thought and actions in children who were prescribed antidepressant drugs," said the study. "Although it is unclear whether antidepressants directly contribute to the emergence of suicidal thinking and behavior, the FDA's actions are intended to highlight the need for careful monitoring of patients, particularly children and adolescents being treated with these drugs."

The study said almost 75 percent of the claims for antidepressants for the Texas children were for drugs that the Food and Drug Administration warned last March can worsen depression and lead to suicidal thoughts.

Although the FDA has approved the antidepressants for use in adults, most have not been approved for use in children. Patients taking the drugs must be closely observed, the agency said.

But Texas health officials emphasized that individual medical records must be reviewed to verify a drug was prescribed improperly. A doctor might write a refill for a psychotropic drug under a pre-existing mental health diagnosis during a visit in which the doctor is treating an ear infection in the patient, HHSC spokeswoman Stephanie Goodman said.

Although the earlier diagnosis would not necessarily appear on the claim, Goodman said that doesn't mean it is an "improper" diagnosis.

"There are some issues in here that on the face of them clearly raise concerns, but we don't yet have enough complete information to draw a conclusion," she told the Houston Chronicle in Saturday's editions."

 

Drugs approved for adult use administered to Medicaid kids

Drugs approved for adult use administ"Drugs approved for adult use administered to Medicaid kids

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AUSTIN — The state-sponsored health insurance system is permitting children enrolled in the program to get powerful mood-altering drugs without a mental health diagnosis warranting their use, a new study shows.

The study, conducted for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, said 52 percent of the 12,168 children on Medicaid receiving antidepressants did not have a diagnosis justifying the use of the drugs.

Also, there were also no proper diagnoses in the case of 47 percent of young patients receiving antipsychotics and in 28 percent of patients getting stimulants, according to the Texas Pediatric/Adolescent Drug Review conducted for the state by ACS-Heritage.

"Initial studies with Paxil (paroxetine) and subsequent studies with other agents suggest that there appears to be an increased risk of suicidal thought and actions in children who were prescribed antidepressant drugs," said the study. "Although it is unclear whether antidepressants directly contribute to the emergence of suicidal thinking and behavior, the FDA's actions are intended to highlight the need for careful monitoring of patients, particularly children and adolescents being treated with these drugs."

The study said almost 75 percent of the claims for antidepressants for the Texas children were for drugs that the Food and Drug Administration warned last March can worsen depression and lead to suicidal thoughts.

Although the FDA has approved the antidepressants for use in adults, most have not been approved for use in children. Patients taking the drugs must be closely observed, the agency said.

But Texas health officials emphasized that individual medical records must be reviewed to verify a drug was prescribed improperly. A doctor might write a refill for a psychotropic drug under a pre-existing mental health diagnosis during a visit in which the doctor is treating an ear infection in the patient, HHSC spokeswoman Stephanie Goodman said.

Although the earlier diagnosis would not necessarily appear on the claim, Goodman said that doesn't mean it is an "improper" diagnosis.

"There are some issues in here that on the face of them clearly raise concerns, but we don't yet have enough complete information to draw a conclusion," she told the Houston Chronicle in Saturday's editions."

 

Michael Moore.com : Press

Michael Moore.com : Press
"WILL THEY EVER TRUST US AGAIN?
LETTERS FROM THE WAR ZONE

Anyone who has seen Fahrenheit 9/11, Michael Moore's scathing and phenomenally successful anti-Bush documentary, remembers the shattering moment when Lila Lipscomb reads her son's last letter from Iraq, then breaks down in tears. Writing just before he was killed in action, Sgt. Michael Pederson fumes, "[Bush] has us here for nothing whatsoever. I am so furious, mamma ..." In a nakedly political film, the power of a mother's grief and the bitterness of a soldier's words transcend politics.

WILL THEY EVER TRUST US AGAIN? Letters from the War Zone (Simon & Schuster, October 5, 2004, $22.00) is culled from the thousands of supportive emails that Michael Moore received from soldiers and their families after the release of Fahrenheit 9/11. These are the voices of the men, women, and families at the front lines of a war that has claimed the lives of more than 900 U.S. soldiers since Bush declared "Mission Accomplished." Together, the letters form a harrowing portrait of life in the war zoneѡnd a passionate call for change.

Moore writes in his introduction, "What makes their comments unique and so intense is the fact that they are not the words of the Left or the rhetoric of the antiwar movementѴhey are the war movement. Their observations are filled with such purpose because they are the witnesses to war, the men and women on the ground being asked to do the killing and slowly realizing that their job has little to do with defending the United States of America."

The soldiers portrayed in these letters are typically working class; "I needed the money for college" turns up again and again as an explanation for their service. They serve with honor, but many have had their Iraq service extended long beyond their original enlistment. Most withhold their full names, because they fear reprisals from their superiors. Their letters are by turns poignant and horrific, but the overall tenor is one of frustration and anger, at an administration that has misled them into a war without purpose or end.

In addition to letters from Iraq, WILL THEY EVER TRUST US AGAIN? also features emails from soldiers' loved ones and veterans from previous wars. Their words speak for themselves:

ON THE JUSTIFICATION FOR WAR: A marine lieutenant recounts how, at the war's start, he told his platoon that they were fighting to root out weapons of mass destruction, which posed a threat to world peace. "My Marines seemed to accept this as a good reason to risk their lives," he writes. "Time and our senior leadership have proven me a liar; we apparently went to war for, as you put it, fictitious reasons. This angers me more than I can possibly express." (p. 57-58)
ON THE TRIALS OF PEACEKEEPING: Willy, a soldier in Baghdad, writes, "It's hard listening to my platoon sergeant saying, ԉf you decide you want to kill a civilian that looks threatening, shoot him. I'd rather fill out paperwork than get one of my soldiers killed by some raghead.'" (p. 24) Another soldier laments, "We are here trying to keep the peace when all we have trained for is to destroy." (p. 19)

An anonymous mother writes of her son, "He killed a civilian woman his first week in Iraq and didn't have the stomach to fight after that incident ... They have accused him of cowardice. I think he is simply human. The emotional effects of killing innocent people are another by-product of this needless war." (p. 178)


ON THE ECONOMICS OF WAR: National Guard infantryman Michael W. writes of underequipped soldiers and overpaid contractors: "[R]oadside bombs nearly destroyed one of our Hummers and riddled my friends with shrapnel, almost killing them. They would not have had a scratch if they had the ԕp Armor' kits on them. So where was W. on that one? ... A Blackwater contractor makes $15,000 a month doing the same job as my pals and me. I make about $4,000 a month over here." (p. 21)
ON THE PROBLEMS FOR THOSE COMING HOME: Many soldiers have lost limbs or eyes, and it is estimated that 16 percent of Iraq veterans show symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, major depression, or severe anxiety. Annemarie Wicks writes of her brother, Marine Sgt. Boyd W. "Chip" Wicks Jr., who hung himself after returning home. "Surely," she writes, "these soldiers who've committed suicide due to the emotional hell that this war has caused are just as much casualties as those who've died from bombs or gunshot wounds." (p. 207-208)

Ed, a 73-year-old veteran of the Korean War, writes from bitter experience, "Can you imagine what these wounded and harmed young people are going to deal with when they get homeѩf they do? They will be ignored, shoved aside, and forgotten. If you are rich and connected, you wouldn't be in the service in the first place." (p. 144)


ON FAHRENHEIT 9/11: A soldier in Baghdad writes, "[T]here have been about a hundred bootleg copies of Fahrenheit sold at my base. It is a big hit, and we are planning on playing it at our MWF [Morale, Welfare, and Recreation]. People's perceptions of this war have done a complete 180 since we got here ... If this is happening elsewhere, it looks as if the overseas military vote that Bush is used to won't be there this time around." (p. 25) Sally Drumm, a 20-year Marine veteran, writes to Moore, "You have told the truth that so badly needed to be told ... I hope you never give up or give in." (p. 131)
By publishing these letters, Michael Moore gives voice to a group largely overlooked by the media's Iraq coverage: the real men and women who are doing the fighting, the dying, and the grieving. WILL THEY EVER TRUST US AGAIN? is fierce, heartbreaking, and true.

About the Author:
MICHAEL MOORE has won an Oscar (Bowling for Columbine), an Emmy (TV Nation), a Palme d'Or at Cannes (Fahrenheit 9/11), and the British Book of the Year 2003 (Stupid White Men). He was an Eagle Scout, a seminarian, and the first eighteen-year-old elected to public office. He has never bowled over 200.

WILL THEY EVER TRUST US AGAIN?
By Michael Moore
Published by Simon & Schuster
Publication Date: October 5, 2004
Price: $22.00
ISBN: 0-7432- "
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At Amazon, you can get it for $11.00 (there are 34 copies at that price as I write this).

EXCELLENT!

 

Bush Speaks! Markets Tumble...Again.

   

Flight of the Chickenhawks

 

Benny Hill

 

Anti-Peace Anthem

 

Aggrandizement

 

The Quest For The Oily Grail

 

Tenet Testimony

 

Pinocchio

 

Saddam's Capture

 

George Double-Yooh and the Oil Tree

 

White House Rock

 

Saddam's Capture

 

MTP

 

Intelligence Failure

 

Love Letters

 

The Emperor's Apprentice

 

octobersurmise

 

Camp Redemption

 

Star Trek

 

Too many Ob-Gyns aren't able to practice their...their love

Too many Ob-Gyns aren't able to practice their...their love with women all across this country."
http://www.toostupidtobepresident.com/shockwave/obgyn.htm

 

Too Stupid To Be President

Too Stupid To Be President
"Top 11 reasons why Dubya said, "Too many OB/GYNs aren't able to practice their... their love with women all across this country."

1. He thinks an OB/GYN is a faith-based organization.

2. Kerry operatives found the frequency at which Karen Hughes transmits to Dubya's "hearing aid."

3. Dubya's adolescent "Dr. Bush" fantasy revealed in unscripted moment.

4. Squandered his attention-span on the first part of the sentence: spelling O-B-G-Y-N.

5. Lost in memory of his favorite television western: "Have Speculum Will Travel."

6. Lowering expectations for upcoming debates.

7. Transparent appeal to female voters who blame themselves after being sexually assaulted by their doctors (an archetypal GOP demographic).

8. Departed CIA director George Tenet is to blame for any inaccuracy in the speech.

9. Tactical flub to divert attention from covering-up Saudi financing of 9-11, allegations of his cocaine use at Camp David, photo of him with service medals he was never awarded, etc.

10. Sending-up a trial balloon for "no gynecologist left behind" legislation.

11. He's an idiot! "

 

Accidentally discovered website of the Day

 

Zell Miller: Certifiably Insane

Zell Miller: Certifiably Insane
"Zell Miller was pissed off that evening. He meant business. And he wasn’t afraid to show it.

But that’s just the thing—that’s why I say he’s insane.

People applaud him for crossing party lines, for leading with his convictions instead of his partisan ties. He says what he means and means what he says, and that’s just great. But do we really want—or need—men as angry as Miller informing our war policy? There’s such a thing as defending one’s family and country. But there’s also such a thing as beating up anybody who’s different or disagrees with you. And based on the way he was ranting and raving on “Hardball,” my guess is it’s the latter now driving Miller’s worldview.

What kind of fruit loop dares an anchor to duel with him anyway? Why stop there? Why not go punch-for-punch with Chris Matthews? Or race him? Or see who can walk the farthest holding the Husafelt stone?

But forget about that for a moment. I don’t want to read into this too deeply. All right, sure, Senator Miller challenged Chris Matthews to a duel, but you know what? Get some people drunk enough and they’ll challenge a chair to a duel, too. So let’s give him the benefit of the doubt here. Let’s say he was caught up in the heat of the moment. Okay. Fine. It’s over and done with. But beyond that, the man’s still out of his mind. Why? Because he suffers from the same mental disorder afflicting most every politician in America: A voice in his brain that keeps telling him, daily, “You know what’s best for everyone else.”
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Oh yeah, I FORGOT that Zell challenged Chris Matthews to a duel.

Note to Zell...I think duels were illegal back when Alexander Hamilton and
Aaron Burr had theirs. You really should look at four things Zell.

1) Learning the laws of at least the 18th century, and maybe ease into the 20th and then the 21st century.
2) Finding a way back to your home planet.
3) Getting professional mental help.
4) Medications.

 

Democrat rallies for Bush

Zell Miller...
"He defended the war in Iraq with a brief Southern allegory on a nest of copperhead snakes he found under his porch in Young Harris, Ga.

"I didn't go to the city council and get some resolution passed ... I just took a hoe, and I killed those copperheads dead as doorknobs," he said. "I guess you could call it unilateral action, or maybe a pre-emptive strike. Certainly there was no global test."

He accused Kerry of voting against "every single major weapons system that won the Cold War and that is now winning the war on terror."

Kerry spokesman Rodell Mollineau said Miller lacks credibility, noting he "couldn't say enough good things" when he introduced Kerry at a banquet two years ago and is known as "Zig Zag Zell" in Georgia.

"It's almost to the point of absurdity," Mollineau said.

Miller said his loyalty to Bush stems from the president's decisiveness, calling him "the one man I know will never waver, never wobble or never go weak in the knees."
=========SNIP==================
First off...what the hell kind of name is "ZELL". When you are going to name your kid, and check out books of names, have you ever seen such a name in a book written on earth?

So, Zell, from name alone, may be from the planet Argon...in fact, I think the name Zell is quite popular on that planet.

Second, I think there is something mentally wrong with this guy. I saw him ranting and raving and attacking the candidate of his own party....right there, it sets off a red flag on the sanity meter.

Then, what he said about Bush...that he likes him because
he never saw him go "weak in the knees"....makes you wonder what situations Zell has been in with Bush where stamina in being on your knees is important (and I don't think it's praying).

But, if you STILL don't have concerns about Zell's mental problems...read this short interview with him and you decide.

"Following is a question-and-answer session with Miller that preceded his speech:

Q: The U.S. armed forces found a CD in Iraq containing information on several different schools, including one in Saginaw County, raising concerns about the possibility of another terrorist attack on the United States. What are the differences between the Bush plan and the Kerry plan to fight the war on terror?

Miller: "What if on Sept. 12, 2001 ... George Bush had said, 'In the next three years we're not going to have any more attacks from terrorists in the United States.' We would have all been extremely happy, wouldn't we? We would have found it even maybe a little hard to believe. And yet that's what's happened. He has kept this country safer because he took the fight to Iraq and Afghanistan and against the terrorists in their territory. ... Kerry did not want to do that. ... I just see George Bush as a very strong, almost Churchillian, leader that is really relentless in his desire to keep this country safe at all costs.

Q: Reports this week indicate that Saddam Hussein hadn't pursued his nuclear weapons or chemical weapons programs for quite some time. Why then is Iraq a relevant target in the war on terror?

Miller: I'm not convinced that one of these days we're not going to see that there were weapons of mass destruction. Certainly, he used weapons of mass destruction on his own people. He had time to move them into other areas. But even without that, it was important that we take this tyrant down. Elections are being held today in Afghanistan, and elections will soon be held in Iraq.

Q: In Friday's debate, Kerry argued that the U.S. carries 90 percent of the casualties and the costs in Iraq, responding to Bush's claims that the coalition he built is sufficient ... Is a 10 percent non-American contribution, in your eyes, enough international support?

Miller: It's kept America safe, and that's always the bottom line. That's the price that one must pay for keeping America safe.

Q: But ... in talking about actual foreign assistance in the military effort, is 10 percent enough to win this?

Miller: I think we would all like to see more people helping us. One of the things that people tend to forget is that we have got a great ally over there in Pakistan. Pakistan is helping us track down these terrorists. We also overlook the fact that a lot of the Iraqis themselves are involved. They're not counting Iraqi deaths in that. Iraqis are dying in large numbers trying to beat down the insurgents. And it's not just the insurgents. It's terrorists coming in there from other countries, from Syria and Iran. These terrorists would probably be coming into the United states. Instead, they're coming into Iraq to fight us there.

Q: The latest employment reports show a net loss in jobs during Bush's term. Do you think Bush is more likely to reverse that trend than Kerry is?

Miller: I think the trend is being reversed as we speak today. We've had over 2 million new jobs created since August of last year. They talk about how many jobs since Herbert Hoover and all that, but you've got to keep in mind that we lost (1 million) jobs in this country in a three-month period immediately after 9/11. Nothing like that has ever happened in this country's history. So we're not just looking at the stock market bubble that burst ... we're also looking at a country that was attacked, and thousands were killed on our own soil. Airlines for months on end were operating at losses, having to lay people off. That's a lot to overcome, but we're overcoming it.

Q: So you think that Bush can do a better job than Kerry in restoring jobs?

Miller: Yes, I do. Kerry's whole domestic policy is to tax, to spend, and to redistribute income. If you raise taxes, that's terrible for job creation. When you lower taxes, it's good for job creation.

Q: To say that Kerry's domestic policy is "to tax, to spend, to redistribute income" sounds kind of like the words of a Republican. Do you still consider yourself a Democrat?

Miller: Yes. When I vote for George Bush on November 2nd, that will be the first Republican that I've ever voted for anything in 52 years of voting. Of course I consider myself a Democrat. But I'm not a John Kerry Democrat. I'm a conservative Democrat. At one time, there were a lot of conservative Democrats. John F. Kennedy was a conservative democrat. John F. Kennedy was strong on national security and cut taxes. That's my kind of Democrat."
====SNIP========
"When I vote for George Bush on November 2nd, that will be the first Republican that I've ever voted for anything in 52 years of voting. Of course I consider myself a Democrat. But I'm not a John Kerry Democrat. I'm a conservative Democrat. "

Apparently, "conservative democrat" are Zell's code words for "Republican".

Hmmmmmm....do tell.

 

Spychips: RFID Privacy Website

Spychips: RFID Privacy Website
http://www.spychips.com/press-releases/checkpoint.html
"FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 23, 2004

MYSTERY CLOTHING COMPANY PLANS ITEM-LEVEL RFID ROLLOUT
CASPIAN obtains photos of prototype clothing tags

An unnamed national company plans to tag all of its clothing items with radio frequency identification (RFID) tracking devices in 2005, according to Checkpoint representatives at last week's Frontline Expo 2004 trade show in Chicago.

Checkpoint is the leader in electronic theft prevention tags and has recently begun encouraging its clients to incorporate RFID in their tagging programs.

Could the mystery brand be Calvin Klein, Champion, or Abercrombie & Fitch? Representatives from Checkpoint wouldn't say, but based on what we saw, any one of these companies could be toying with the idea. CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering) obtained clear shots of prototype RFID clothing tags bearing these companies' logos."

 

Interesting breaking story from Bev Harris at blackboxvoting.org

"Election day report: Impersonators for Sequoia technicians
Submitted by Bev Harris on Fri, 10/01/2004 - 14:38. Investigations
We have received the following report of bogus election technicians appearing in polling places during the Washington State primary election. We are withholding the name of two individuals contained the report while we investigate further, and have submitted a public records request seeking documentation. Stay tuned.
An elections official in Snohomish County, WA, filed a reports of people impersonating troubleshooters, as follows:

"Midway through 9/14 [election day] my troubleshooting partner received a call on the county-provided cell phone alerting us that there were reports from polling places in four towns in Snohomish County (Everett, Lynnwood, and two others) of people impersonating troubleshooters.

"The impersonators were going into the polling places and asking the inspectors which machines they having trouble with and writing down the serial numbers of those machines. Then, they gave the inspector their cell number and asked them to call if there were any other problem machines and they would come fix them.

"The report was that the individuals were in their mid-20s - early 30s. We notified all of our polling places and told them not to allow anyone besides myself and my fellow trouble shooter to touch their machines...

"At the end of the evening when we took our equipment back to the Election Department we asked [redacted name] what came of this. She said they got the cell phone and license plate of two of the people.

"She further stated that Bob Terwilliger (Snohomish County Auditor) was really mad at the Democrats for doing this after all, the Democrats are his party.

"She also said that for the General Election troubleshooters will have photo ID ... and the inspectors will be told the names of their troubleshooters ahead of time.

"I found her statement regarding the Democrats a bit odd and wondered why she and Bob were so willing to believe the Democrats were behind the impersonations. There are a lot of groups and individuals concerned about DREs and integrity of the election system. I would think that the emphasis would be on making the system more secure rather than looking for people or parties to blame. "

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Black Box Voting has filed the following public records request pertaining to this report:

To: Bob Terwilliger, Snohomish County Auditor
From: Black Box Voting
Date: Oct 1 2004

Public records request - Please provide a copy of the cell phone numbers and license plate numbers copied down from the report (included with this public records request) of voting machine technician impersonators on Sept. 14, 2004.

Please provide all notes, memos, and correspondence pertaining to any such reports.

Please provide notes, memos, and correspondence pertaining to any identification of such technicians or technician impersonators.

Please provide the names of all poll workers and election judges in Snohomish County on the Sept. 14 election.

==============

In a related report, there were apparently seals broken on several of the touch-screen voting machines in Snohomish County.

"This same polling place and at least one other also had a number of DREs with broken seals...

"...the inspector was to check the seal numbers on each machine against a list provided by the election department. They were not to use any machine that did not have matching seal numbers...

"...One inspector somehow had "extra" red seals which they replaced the broken seals on some of their machines. My understanding from trouble shooter training was that the polling places are not provided with extra seals because that would defeat the purpose of having seals...

"By way of illustration, if someone wanted to disrupt the polling process and this error is not fixed it would be VERY easy for a voter, poll watcher, media person, trouble shooter, janitor, basically anyone to walk into a polling place, assess which machines had broken seals, walk out, send in one person to each machine and simultaneously, they could close the polls on all those machines with broken open/close poll seals. Those machines would then be unusable for the remainder of the day.

"Once the polls are closed on a DRE they cannot be reopened. In essence, by not fixing this problem Snohomish County is providing quite an effective way to limit the number of people who can vote at a given polling place.

#####"
======SNIP===============
-Note : Please think about supporting Bev Harris at BlackBoxVoting.org. You can download her book for free, but as a writer, I know she put a lot of long hours and hard work, and constantly exposes herself to lawsuits just to bring the info to you.
This page has NO commercial support from her, in fact, no ads at all. I just think such crusaders should be supported.
~CODE

 

Black Box Voting |

Black Box Voting |
"Chimpanzee demonstrates erasure of voting system log
Submitted by Bev Harris on Tue, 09/28/2004 - 18:52. News Articles
News clip: ***NEW*** Chimp video
Download: chimpanzee hacking Diebold audit log
"Impossible." -- David Bear, Diebold


Simply by double-clicking the file, we opened a real Diebold audit log file, using real Diebold software. We then highlighted the records we wanted Baxter to obliterate.

What the chimp did: Baxter then hit the "Delete" key, erasing the audit log records, and then the "Enter" key, confirming the command.

What is the audit log? It is an automatically generated report that, like the "black box" in an airplane, is supposed to keep a record of everything that happens in the election. Supposedly, according to Diebold, it will keep a record of any tampering. And according to the Diebold RFP sales proposal to the state of Georgia, the audit log cannot be altered "by human intervention."

Well, it took a chimp 10 minutes to learn how to alter it. The truth is, you could alter Diebold's audit log by dropping a dead fish on it. Our demonstration, which Diebold called "impossible" and "a magic show" was all too real. "

 

Demand Fair and Honest Elections

Before long, we will be having another election here in the US.
The polls so far have indicated that this election will probably be very close.

This brings to mind the "close" election inflicted on us four years ago, and the big mistake in letting the conservative Supreme Court "Select" a president.

WE MUST HAVE SOME SORT OF REVIEW AND OVERSIGHT BY BOTH PARTIES.

Particularly suspect is Florida. You may recall that Florida, a state run by Bush's brother, Jeb (every time I hear his name I hear the banjo from the movie Deliverance) was the "key" to Bush's SELECTION. Interestingly, not only were people pissed off at Florida four years ago, but this year, it seems like God or Nature was a bit upset as well...an unprecedented FOUR hurricans one after the other.

Note to King George the Cowardly, I think God is not happy with you Bud!

That being said...given the Diebold scandal (see www.blackboxvoting.org ), we must be vigilant this time and DEMAND a means to vet this election and its results.

~Code

 

NO WMD IN IRAQ, NOT EVEN CLOSE TO HAVING ANY...

"CIA report: Iraq had no WMD

By BOB DROGIN and GREG MILLER
Los Angeles Times News Service


WASHINGTON - Saddam Hussein did not produce or possess any weapons of mass destruction for more than a decade before the US-led invasion last year, according to a comprehensive Central Intelligence Agency report released Wednesday.


Saddam intended to someday reconstitute his illicit programs and rebuild at least some of his weapons if United Nations sanctions were eased and he had the opportunity, the report concluded. But the Iraqi regime had no formal, written strategy to revive the banned programs after sanctions, and no staff or infrastructure in place to do so, the investigators found.


The only known attempts to produce illicit weapons came a year after the 2003 US invasion of Iraq, the report said in a new disclosure. Last March, investigators found Iraqi insurgents in Baghdad were trying to recruit former weapons scientists to develop nerve gases and ricin, a biological toxin, to attack US forces. The discovery led to a series of raids.


The 1,000-page report by Charles Duelfer, head of the CIA’s Iraq Survey Group weapons-hunting teams, is the most definitive account yet of Iraq’s long-defunct weapons programs and comes as the presidential campaign increasingly is focused on US President George W. Bush’s decision to go to war in Iraq primarily to disarm Saddam of suspected chemical, biological and nuclear weapons.


More than 1,000 US troops have so far been killed in hostilities, and thousands more have been wounded.


Based on 16 months’ work, the report vastly expands on previous efforts by UN inspectors and Duelfer’s predecessor, David Kay.


In his report, and in his testimony on Wednesday to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Duelfer specifically refuted many of the Bush administration’s most dramatic claims before the war, basing his findings in part on extensive information gleaned directly from interrogations of Saddam and his top aides. "

 

Capitol Hill Blue: Did Bush wear a wire in first debate?

"Did Bush wear a wire in first debate?
By Staff and Wire Reports
Oct 10, 2004, 06:37
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Campaign aides to President Bush on Saturday laughed off rampant Internet speculation about whether the president was wired to get help from advisers during his first debate with Sen. John Kerry. "It's not true. It's ridiculous," Bush campaign spokesman Scott Stanzel said.
A still photo from television footage of Bush as he debated Kerry on Sept. 30 in Coral Gables, Fla., appears to show a small, boxy shape between the president's shoulder blades.

Campaign officials declined to discuss it further because they weren't certain a bulge even existed and do not want to appear to take seriously what they consider a "wild accusation." "

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