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

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http://naturalpersons.org/ - CHECK THIS OUT~

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BUSH is a Curious Little Cretin...so let's call him..CURIOUS GEORGE

 

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Anti Bush Texas T-shirt: Texas - Even Our Idiot Is Bigger.

 

CNN.com - 8 years for Abu Ghraib�soldier - Oct 21, 2004

CNN.com - 8 years for Abu Ghraib�soldier - Oct 21, 2004
"8 years for Abu Ghraib soldier
Thursday, October 21, 2004 Posted: 2:32 PM EDT (1832 GMT)


In this hand out by the U.S. military, Staff Sgt. Ivan "Chip" Frederick awaits sentencing Thursday.
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BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- The highest-ranking U.S. soldier charged in the Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal in Iraq has been sentenced to eight years in prison.

Staff Sgt. Ivan "Chip" Frederick, a U.S. Army reservist from Virginia, also was sentenced Thursday to a forfeiture of pay, a dishonorable discharge and a reduction in rank to private.

Frederick pleaded guilty Wednesday to five charges of abusing Iraqi detainees. Under a plea agreement, he admitted to conspiracy, dereliction of duty, maltreatment of detainees, assault, and committing an indecent act.

The 38-year-old's prison sentence is the longest yet in connection with the scandal, The Associated Press reported.

The scandal sparked worldwide outrage in April when photos and videos showed U.S. soldiers abusing naked Iraqis at the Baghdad-area prison.

Frederick is one of seven members of the Maryland-based 372nd Military Police Company charged in the scandal.

Another member, military intelligence Specialist Armin Cruz, 24, was sentenced in September to eight months confinement, reduction in rank to private and a bad conduct discharge for his part in the scandal.

Specialist Jeremy Sivits is serving a one-year prison sentence after pleading guilty in May.

Sivits told a court-martial he saw Frederick punching an inmate so hard that everyone present feared the man was having a heart attack.

A medic was called to attend the man after the incident, which occurred November 8, 2003, Sivits said.

On Wednesday, Frederick told the court that prisoners were forced to submit to public nudity and degrading treatment "for military intelligence purposes," AP reported.

He said he was given no training or support in supervising detainees and only learned of regulations against mistreatment after the abuses occurred.

When he raised issues with his commanders, he said, "They told me to do what (military intelligence) told me to do," AP quoted him as testifying.

"I was wrong about what I did and I shouldn't have done it," Frederick told the judge, Army Col. James Pohl. "I knew it was wrong at the time because I knew it was a form of abuse."

Frederick said military intelligence soldiers and civilian interrogators told the guards how to treat detainees, including stripping them, depriving them of sleep or taking away their cigarettes.

Investigators wanted detainees "stressed out, wanted them to talk more," he said."

 

Capitol Hill Blue: We Ain't Endorsing Anyone

 

CNN.com - Commander relieved of duty in Iraq - Oct 20, 2004

CNN.com - Commander relieved of duty in Iraq - Oct 20, 2004
"WASHINGTON (CNN) -- An Army captain has been relieved of his command following several reservists' refusal to drive a fuel convoy on a dangerous mission last week, Pentagon officials told CNN Wednesday.

The officer was in command of the 343rd Quartermaster Company, an Army Reserve unit based in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Pentagon officials said the officer was relieved because of a loss of confidence in his leadership ability following a breakdown of discipline in the unit. They would not release the captain's name, citing an announcement expected Thursday in Iraq.

Five other soldiers who refused the mission have been transferred to other units, an Army official said Monday.

On October 13, 19 members of a platoon in the company did not show up for a scheduled 7 a.m. meeting in Tallil, in southeastern Iraq, to prepare for a mission to Taji, north of Baghdad.

The unit's members complained their fuel trucks lacked the necessary armor and were in bad shape."

 

WHITE HOUSE CALLS PAT ROBERTSON A LIAR!

CNN.com - No casualties? White House disputes Robertson comment - Oct 20, 2004
"No casualties? White House disputes Robertson comment
'The president never made such a comment'
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President Bush greets supporters Wednesday in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.


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EAU CLAIRE, Wisconsin (CNN) -- A White House spokesman denied Wednesday that President Bush told Christian Coalition founder Pat Robertson that he did not expect casualties from the invasion of Iraq.

"The president never made such a comment," White House press secretary Scott McClellan said.

Senior Bush campaign adviser Karen Hughes, a longtime confidant of the president, said she was "certain" Bush would not have said anything like that to Robertson.

"Perhaps he misunderstood, but I've never heard the president say any such thing," Hughes said on CNN's "Inside Politics."

Robertson, an ardent Bush supporter, told CNN in an interview Tuesday night that he urged the president to prepare the American people for the prospect of casualties before launching the war in March 2003.

Robertson said Bush told him, " 'Oh, no, we're not going to have any casualties.' "

 

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"As God Is His Witness
Bush is no devout evangelical. In fact, he may not be a Christian at all.
By Ayelish McGarvey
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Late in the summer, at the Republican national convention in New York, a movie billed as the conservative alternative to Fahrenheit 9/11 debuted for the party faithful. The film, George W. Bush: Faith in the White House, opens with a montage of a billowing American flag, a softly lit portrait of Jesus in Gethsemane, and a shot of the tawny profile of our 43rd president with his eyes gazing heavenward. Myriad times throughout the film Bush is referred to reverently as a man of faith.

Like no president in recent memory, George W. Bush wields his Christian righteousness like a flaming sword. Indeed, hundreds of news stories and nearly half a dozen books have evinced a White House that, according to BBC Washington correspondent Justin Webb, “hums to the sound of prayer.” Yet for the past four years the mainstream press has trod lightly, rarely venturing beyond the biographical to probe the depth, or sincerity, of Bush's Christian beliefs. Bush has no doubt benefited from the media’s reluctance; Newsweek, for example, in the heat of the run-up to the Iraq War, ran a cover package on the president’s faith under the headline “Bush and God” -- a story whose timing lent the war the aura of having heavenly sanction. Even lefty believers like Jim Wallis, editor of Sojourners, and Amy Sullivan, journalist and Democratic adviser, politely maintain that Bush’s faith is strong, if misguided.

Indeed, in an 8,000-word lamentation appearing in The New York Times Magazine last weekend, Ron Suskind attempted to trace Bush’s lack of intellectual curiosity, and the policy disasters that have stemmed from that, back to his relationship with God. “That a deep Christian faith illuminated the personal journey of George W. Bush is common knowledge,” Suskind wrote. In other words, the devil, as it were, is lurking among the articles of faith, but not in the heart of the man.

This is a huge mistake, because when judged by his deeds, an entirely different picture emerges: Bush does not demonstrate a life of faith by his actions, and neither Methodists, evangelicals, nor fundamentalists can rightly call him brother. In fact, the available evidence raises serious questions about whether Bush is really a Christian at all.

Ironically for a man who once famously named Jesus as his favorite political philosopher during a campaign debate, it is remarkably difficult to pinpoint a single instance wherein Christian teaching has won out over partisan politics in the Bush White House. Though Bush easily weaves Christian language and themes into his political communication, empty religious jargon is no substitute for a bedrock faith. Even little children in Sunday school know that Jesus taught his disciples to live according to his commandments, not simply to talk about them a lot. In Bush’s case, faith without works is not just dead faith -- it’s evangelical agitprop

Richard Land directs the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the conservative Southern Baptist Convention, the nation’s largest Protestant denomination and a group that enjoys a close relationship with the Bush administration. In an interview for Frontline earlier this year, Land denounced the scriptural cherry-picking on the part of contemporary American Christians. “It's only been in the last half-century when you've had the rise of groups [in] modern Christendom who believe in what I call ‘Dalmatian theology,’” he explained. “The Bible's inspired in spots, and … [t]hey think they can reject large chunks of Christian Scripture and biblical revelation that they don't agree with … .”

But while Land’s censure was probably intended for liberals, so, too, does it apply to the president. For George W. Bush does not live or govern under the complete authority of the Bible -- just the parts that work to his political advantage. And evangelical leaders like Land who blindly bless the Bush White House don’t just muddy the division of church and state; worse, they completely violate Scripture.

Jesus, after all, didn’t do politics. "
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amen.

 

Supreme Court agrees to hear Ten Commandments case

 

I'm a uniter not a divider- G W BUSH

"I'm a uniter, not a divider." George W. Bush
Columns: Economists mirror polarized country
"Regular citizens are not the only Americans deeply divided in this year's close presidential race."

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA....LYING SON OF A BITCH BUSH....
HA HA HA HA HA HA...LOLOLOL

 

Study Says Big Oil Adding to Corruption

 

Capitol Hill Blue: Both Sides Ready to Mount Legal Challenges to Election Results

Capitol Hill Blue: Both Sides Ready to Mount Legal Challenges to Election Results
"Both Sides Ready to Mount Legal Challenges to Election Results
By DAVID WESTPHAL
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The presidency isn't all that's at stake on Nov. 2.
Haunted by memories of a 2000 election decided by a few hundred disputed votes in Florida, both campaigns are preparing unprecedented challenges of voting procedures that could once again test the integrity of the American ballot box.

Legal skirmishes, in fact, are well under way, in part because record numbers of voters are already casting ballots under state laws that encourage pre-Election Day voting. On a daily basis now, judges are handing down rulings on everything from the standing of voters whose registrations are in dispute to the voting eligibility of ex-felons.

With the intensity rising, President Bush's campaign chairman, Mark Racicot, charged Wednesday that virtually all of the legal action is being taken by Democrats, and he warned that it could "paralyze the effective ability of Americans to be able to vote in the next election. . . . Stop it. Stop what you're doing," he said.

Democrats had no immediate response to the charges. But last week Democratic Party spokeswoman Jano Cabrera said the party makes no apologies for aggressive litigation on ballot access.

"For decades, Republicans have engaged in systematic voter suppression and intimidation, from throwing minorities off the voter rolls to ripping up Democratic voter registrations," he said.

The legal crossfire is only part of what's keeping thousands of elections officials awake at night as the presidential campaign heads into the homestretch. They're also preparing for a huge increase in voters _ perhaps 15 million more than voted in 2000 _ and dealing with multiple new provisions designed to boost turnout and ensure that ballots are cast and counted properly.

"There will be challenges all throughout the nation," said Charles Zelden, associate professor of history at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. "The only question is whether it's going to matter. But problems? I guarantee it."
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Hmmmmmmm....Do tell!
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Capitol Hill Blue: All Negative All The Time

 

Capitol Hill Blue: Lawyers Ready to Throw Monkey Wrench into Election

 

The Great State of CodeWarrior Casts all of its votes for...

The electoral voting system has as much relevance as do the horse and buggy.

Time to get into the 21st century and go by the popular vote.

The great State of CodeWarrior, whose motto is "First Do No Harm"...casts all of its votes for...JOHN KERRY...

The only SANE choice.

 

Cheney: Terrorists May Bomb U.S. Cities

Cheney: Terrorists May Bomb U.S. Cities
"Cheney: Terrorists May Nuke U.S. Cities


AP |October 19, 2004
By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS
CARROLL, Ohio (AP) - Vice President Dick Cheney on Tuesday raised the possibility of terrorists bombing U.S. cities with nuclear weapons and questioned whether Sen. John Kerry could combat such an ``ultimate threat ... you've got to get your mind around.''

``The biggest threat we face now as a nation is the possibility of terrorists ending up in the middle of one of our cities with deadlier weapons than have ever before been used against us - biological agents or a nuclear weapon or a chemical weapon of some kind to be able to threaten the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans,'' Cheney said.

``That's the ultimate threat. For us to have a strategy that's capable of defeating that threat, you've got to get your mind around that concept,'' Cheney said.

Cheney, speaking to an invitation-only crowd as he began a bus tour through Republican strongholds in Ohio, said Kerry is trying to convince voters he would be the same type of ``tough, aggressive'' leader as President Bush in the fight against terrorism.

``I don't believe it,'' the vice president said. ``I don't think there's any evidence to support the proposition that he would, in fact, do it.''

The Democrats called Cheney's comments ironic.

``He has the audacity to question whether a decorated combat veteran who has bled on the battlefield is tough and aggressive enough to keep America safe,'' said Mark Kitchens, Kerry campaign national security spokesman. ``He wants to scare Americans about a possible nuclear 9/11 while the Bush administration has been on the sidelines while the nuclear threats from North Korea and Iran - the word's leading sponsor of terrorism - have increased.''

The Kerry campaign has contended its Republican opponents are trying to frighten people with warnings of likely terrorist attacks in the United States and by suggesting America's enemies want Bush to be defeated.

In Des Moines, Iowa, on Sept. 7, Cheney told supporters: ``It's absolutely essential that eight weeks from today, on Nov. 2, we make the right choice, because if we make the wrong choice, then the danger is that we'll get hit again, that we'll be hit in a way that will be devastating from the standpoint of the United States, and that we'll fall back into the pre-9/11 mindset, if you will, that in fact these terrorist attacks are just criminal acts and that we're not really at war.''

Cheney praised the recent elections in Afghanistan but said they don't mean the U.S. mission there is finished.

``Does that mean it's over now and we can walk away? No, it doesn't,'' he said. ``This is three yards and a cloud of dust. There's no touchdown passes in this business. We'll stay as long as we need to help them train their own security forces, which we're doing actively so they can take over responsibility for their own security.''

 

"I realized this guy is an idiot."

The call in this morning was people who are switching their votes....and this call specifically was from a woman who voted for Bush last time, and this time, is voting for Kerry.

When asked why she is changing her vote, she said....
"I realized this guy is an idiot."

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