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

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

Sept. 6, 2004, Poplar Bluff, Mo.


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

Scientific experiment to PROVE the economy is "ON FIRE" and there are lots of
high paying jobs being created. Heck, you can't even turn around without being offered a six figure CEO position, right? LOLOLOL...MORE of "THE BIG LIE"!
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Wednesday, October 27, 2004


Bush wants more money for Iraq, Afghanistan: report

Bush wants more money for Iraq, Afghanistan: report:Bush wants more money for Iraq, Afghanistan: report
AFP: 10/26/2004
WASHINGTON, Oct 26 (AFP) - US President George W. Bush, if re-elected, plans to ask Congress for around 70 billion dollars in emergency funding for Iraq and Afghanistan early next year, The Washington Post said Tuesday.

The additional funding for US military operations abroad would be considerably larger than anticipated by lawmakers, and comes on top of 25 billion dollars in war spending allocated by Congress for fiscal 2005 that began October 1.

Bush, last year, requested 87 billion dollars for Iraq and Afghanistan.

The new funding request, the final amount of which will not be decided until shortly before it is submitted to Congress around February -- provided Bush wins the November 2 presidential election -- would push total war costs close to 225 billion since last year's invasion of Iraq, Pentagon and congressional officials told the daily.


Bush says he is a uniter not a divider....

I would amend that....he's a subtracter, not an adder.

He keeps the nation going farther and farther into negative numbers...the deficit is in an emergency state and NOW, he is asking congress for around 70 BILLION MORE for his little war.

"WASHINGTON, Oct 26 (AFP) - US President George W. Bush, if re-elected, plans to ask Congress for around 70 billion dollars in emergency funding for Iraq and Afghanistan early next year, The Washington Post said Tuesday."


Karl Rove: America's Mullah

"Karl Rove: America's Mullah
This election is about Rovism, and the outcome threatens to transform the U.S. into an ironfisted theocracy.

Times Headlines

We're Taking Way Too Much Initiative

Sometimes, Jurors Have to Take a Stand and Say, 'No, Not in Our Name'

The Electoral College Does It Better

Dote and Vote

The White House Wasn't Always God's House

more >

By Neal Gabler, Neal Gabler, a senior fellow at the Norman Lear Center at USC Annenberg, is author of "Life the Movie: How Entertainment Conquered Reality."

Even now, after Sen. John F. Kerry handily won his three debates with President Bush and after most polls show a dead heat, his supporters seem downbeat. Why? They believe that Karl Rove, Bush's top political operative, cannot be beaten. Rove the Impaler will do whatever it takes — anything — to make certain that Bush wins. This isn't just typical Democratic pessimism. It has been the master narrative of the 2004 presidential campaign in the mainstream media. Attacks on Kerry come and go — flip-flopper, Swift boats, Massachusetts liberal — but one constant remains, Rove, and everyone takes it for granted that he knows how to game the system.

Rove, however, is more than a political sharpie with a bulging bag of dirty tricks. His campaign shenanigans — past and future — go to the heart of what this election is about.

Democrats will tell you it is a referendum on Bush's incompetence or on his extremist right-wing agenda. Republicans will tell you it's about conservatism versus liberalism or who can better protect us from terrorists. They are both wrong. This election is about Rovism — the insinuation of Rove's electoral tactics into the conduct of the presidency and the fabric of the government. It's not an overstatement to say that on Nov. 2, the fate of traditional American democracy will hang in the balance.

Rovism is not simply a function of Rove the political conniver sitting in the counsels of power and making decisions, though he does. No recent presidency has put policy in the service of politics as has Bush's. Because tactics can change institutions, Rovism is much more. It is a philosophy and practice of governing that pervades the administration and even extends to the Republican-controlled Congress. As Robert Berdahl, chancellor of UC Berkeley, has said of Bush's foreign policy, a subset of Rovism, it constitutes a fundamental change in "the fabric of constitutional government as we have known it in this country."

Rovism begins, as one might suspect from the most merciless of political consiglieres, with Machiavelli's rule of force: "A prince is respected when he is either a true friend or a downright enemy." No administration since Warren Harding's has rewarded its friends so lavishly, and none has been as willing to bully anyone who strays from its message.

There is no dissent in the Rove White House without reprisal.

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Eric K. Shinseki was retired after he disagreed with Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's transformation of the Army and then testified that invading Iraq would require a U.S. deployment of 200,000 soldiers.

Chief Medicare actuary Richard Foster was threatened with termination if he revealed before the vote that the administration had seriously misrepresented the cost of its proposed prescription drug plan to get it through Congress.

Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill was peremptorily fired for questioning the wisdom of the administration's tax cuts, and former U.S. administrator L. Paul Bremer III felt compelled to recant his statement that there were insufficient troops in Iraq.

Even accounting for the strong-arm tactics of Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Nixon, this isn't government as we have known it. This is the Sopranos in the White House: "Cross us and you're road kill."

Naturally, the administration's treatment of the opposition is worse. Rove's mentor, political advisor Lee Atwater, has been quoted as saying: "What you do is rip the bark off liberals." That's how Bush has governed. There is a feeling, perhaps best expressed by Georgia Democratic Sen. Zell Miller's keynote address at the Republican convention, that anyone who has the temerity to question the president is undermining the country. At times, Miller came close to calling Democrats traitors for putting up a presidential candidate.

This may be standard campaign rhetoric. But it's one thing to excoriate your opponents in a campaign, and quite another to continue berating them after the votes are counted.

Rovism regards any form of compromise as weakness. Politics isn't a bus we all board together, it's a steamroller.

No recent administration has made less effort to reach across the aisle, and thanks to Rovism, the Republican majority in Congress often operates on a rule of exclusion. Republicans blocked Democrats from participating in the bill-drafting sessions on energy, prescription drugs and intelligence reform in the House. As Rep. George Miller (D-Martinez) told the New Yorker, "They don't consult with the nations of the world, and they don't consult with Congress, especially the Democrats in Congress. They can do it all themselves."

Bush entered office promising to be a "uniter, not a divider." But Rovism is not about uniting. What Rove quickly grasped is that it's easier and more efficacious to exploit the cultural and social divide than to look for common ground. No recent administration has as eagerly played wedge issues — gay marriage, abortion, stem cell research, faith-based initiatives — to keep the nation roiling, in the pure Rovian belief that the president's conservative supporters will always be angrier and more energized than his opponents. Division, then, is not a side effect of policy; in Rovism, it is the purpose of policy. "


Bush Ear Piece

Notice the photos....


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THE BATTLE OF THE BACK BULGE-----------Bush Ear Piece

Bush Ear Piece
26 October 2004. Editor IsBushWired writes:

For what it's worth, someone wrote in to Portland Indy Media recently saying that a company called Tether Technologies of Columbia, MO had designed the device Bush wore. The poster also said that the signal was carried to his ear by an Israeli-designed earpiece "thinner than a human hair." I haven't been able to find Tether Technologies yet. Another post I found last night on Portland Indy Media:
The US government has been funding the developement of this type of device for years. The device, the MET™ Ossicular Stimulator, is manufactured by Otologics (www.otologics.com) and does not require any external mechanics at the ear...making it undetectable from side views. They must have needed a transponder to pick up the signal and transfer it to the device ... hence the bulge.

Source: Otologics

22 October 2004. James Atkinson (www.tscm.com) expands his assessment of ear-pieces below.

Cryptome has reviewed several hundred close-up photos of Bush's ears and only one appears to show a hearing device and it, too, could be challenged as an effect of lighting as Jim Atkinson describes below:

Source: http://www.thiscantbehappening.net/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/bushearpiece.jpg
Photo accompanies a Salon article by Dave Lindorff, archived here:
Selected photos from the Associated Press archive via the New York Public Library:


Yahoo! News - Study: Terror Warnings Up Approval Ratings

Yahoo! News - Study: Terror Warnings Up Approval Ratings
"Study: Terror Warnings Up Approval Ratings

Tue Oct 26, 5:25 PM ET Politics - AP

By WILLIAM KATES, Associated Press Writer

SYRACUSE, N.Y. - When the government issues a terror warning, the president's approval rating increases an average of nearly three points, a Cornell University sociologist says.

"The social theories predict it, and anecdotally we know it to be true. Now we have statistical science to confirm it," said Robb Willer, assistant director of Cornell's Sociology and Small Groups Laboratory.

On average, a terror warning prompted a 2.75 point increase in President George Bush (news - web sites)'s approval rating the following week, said Willer, who published his study in Current Research in Social Psychology, a peer-reviewed online journal.

Robert Greene, a professor of history and communication at Cazenovia College, said he did not doubt the correlation, but considered the small increase barely noteworthy.

"And I would think any benefit would be very temporary. Americans like crises to be solved," said Greene. "
And, they want their crises solved in from 30 minutes to an hour, including commercial breaks every 15 minutes.



"It's been1435 days since Cheney's last heart attack!
( please send bacon )"


Giupetto's deep love and devotion to Pinocchio

Giupetto was Soooo proud that his creation, Pinocchio, had becoem a REAL BOY...and he was even more proud that he got that problem fixed where Pinocchio's nose would grow when he told a lie.

Giupetto admires his handiwork.


IsDickCheneyDeadYet.com ???

IsDickCheneyDeadYet.com ???
Monday, October 25, 2004

RealClearPolitics.com has a great site detailing all the latest polls from batteleground states.

This site is clearly a little bit on the left (I am not a Democrat, though), so partisan politics aside, please make sure you take the time to vote for the candidate of your choice on Tuesday.

But, if you vote for Bush, then you are an asshole.

Kidding! I tease! I tease!
posted by K A at 4:32 PM


Daily Home - Next four should belong to Kerry

Daily Home - Next four should belong to Kerry
"Next four should belong to Kerry


Four more years. That's what President George W. Bush is asking the American people to go along with on Nov. 2 when they cast their vote.
Do they want four more years of what he has to offer? Or is the country sadly off track and in need of a new direction?

Based on what has happened in this country over the past four years, we hope voters recognize that it is the latter.

We do not believe this country can stand four more years of the secrecy that keeps the public's business from the public, ideology that isolates us from the rest of the world or an unwillingness to admit wrongs that continue to add to a growing death toll.

It is not easy to recommend changing presidents while this country is at war. We do not do it lightly.

But after reviewing the past four years of America under a Bush administration, we cannot help but endorse John Kerry for president.

The president has forgotten the little man. In one of the debates, while children and seniors worry over whether there will be enough flu vaccines, the president answered the shortage with talk of pharmaceutical companies as victims of lawsuit abuse.

Ask your neighbor, a senior citizen or yourself, just who needs protection when it comes to buying skyrocketing prescription drugs?

While Vice President Dick Cheney has fought to keep energy policy meetings a secret, one of those attending, Ken Lay of Enron, would later be accused of bilking millions of dollars from unsuspecting "little guys" whose 401K retirement funds went to zero.

No bid contracts to Cheney's former company, Halliburton, to rebuild Iraq continue to show us how millions more have been wasted looking out for corporate America while our soldiers go without.

President Bush’s opposition to federal funding for a new line of stem cells for research is just plain wrong. We know friends and family here at home who suffer from Multiple Sclerosis, paralysis, Diabetes and Parkinson's Disease — all of whom might benefit from this new research. Yet our president says "no" to their hopes.

He refuses to admit that this nation lost millions of private sector jobs under his watch, and they have not returned. Just ask mill workers in this district how well they have fared with Bush’s free trade policies?

No Child Left Behind is a noble concept, but without the funding to support it, school systems back home scramble to pay from already strapped funds. Ask a local teacher or an administrator how No Child Left Behind is affecting their schools.

And on the war in Iraq. How can we continue to trust a president who stood on an aircraft carrier in a military flight suit more than a year ago and told us the mission was accomplished?

Tell that now to the families of more than 1,000 brave men and women who have given their lives since then for an objective that keeps changing.

How can we trust a president who tells us progress is being made against the insurgency in Iraq when there are weekly beheadings, and American-trained Iraqi police officers are lined up and shot? Or the only weapons of mass destruction we really knew about disappeared because we failed to locate and guard them?

This world does not seem to be a safer place. It grows more dangerous with each day that passes. Our go-it-alone approach is not working. We need a well-defined strategy, a show of force, joined by a wealth of allies, not a precious few.

Kerry can deliver that strategy by bringing allies back to the table, not to veto, but to join us in a common objective.

On the homefront, he will look out for the "little guy" by rolling back tax cuts on the wealthiest and putting it in the pockets of the poor and middle class who are the hard working foundation of this nation.

And he will work for lifting the ban on funding for new stem cell research so that our friends and family can have hope once again.

Kerry has been wrongly painted as weak and indecisive because he does not see the world as purely black and white. It's not. The world is a complex place, and a president can't solve its problems with one-sentence quips.

We need a president who thinks before he acts, but is not afraid to act. We need a president who won't forget the little guy. We need a president who can bring the world together, not tear it apart.

John Kerry will be that kind of president. And he has our support on Nov. 2."


U.S. Newswire : Releases : "Statement from General Wesley Clark in Response..."

U.S. Newswire : Releases : "Statement from General Wesley Clark in Response..."
"To: National Desk, Political Reporter

Contact: Mark Kitchens of Kerry-Edwards 2004, 202-464-2800

WASHINGTON, Oct. 27 /U.S. Newswire/ -- General Wesley Clark released the following statement today:

"Today George W. Bush made a very compelling and thoughtful argument for why he should not be reelected. In his own words, he told the American people that "...a political candidate who jumps to conclusions without knowing the facts is not a person you want as your Commander in Chief."

"President Bush couldn't be more right. He jumped to conclusions about any connection between Saddam Hussein and 911. He jumped to conclusions about weapons of mass destruction. He jumped to conclusions about the mission being accomplished. He jumped to conclusions about how we had enough troops on the ground to win the peace. And because he jumped to conclusions, terrorists and insurgents in Iraq may very well have their hands on powerful explosives to attack our troops, we are stuck in Iraq without a plan to win the peace, and Americans are less safe both at home and abroad."

"By doing all these things, he broke faith with our men and women in uniform. He has let them down. George W. Bush is unfit to be our Commander in Chief."

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Rocky Mountain News: Election

Rocky Mountain News: Election
Republicans gather to bash Bush
By Gary Gerhardt, Rocky Mountain News
October 26, 2004

A number of lifelong Republicans gathered at Kerry-Edwards headquarters in Denver on Monday to endorse Democrats this year.

Members of the group said they had soured for various reasons on President Bush's policies and would not support his re-election

Hmmmmmmmm.....do tell!


BUSH HEALS...God has a plan for him===TV Evangelist

We know King George the Cowardly claims to have a divine link with the Man above, but apparently, George seems from the picture, to think he can now pray the prayer of faith and heal people and cast out demons.

It is not clear from the picture whether his is a battle of faith, Bush vs. the Demons in a Child, a child seeking healing from a malady..or Bush's new ability to determine if someone is a terrorist by reading the bumps on someone's head.

But, we hope that George does better in his new career as a TV evangelist, than he did running the country into the ground.

HEEL....er, I got misunderestimated....maybe it's HEAL....
Sic 'em GWB!


Accidentally discovered website of the Day

For every fatal shooting, there were roughly three non-fatal shootings. And, folks, this is unacceptable in America. It's just unacceptable. And we're going to do something about it."

May 14, 2001


Anti-Bush Web Sites


Howard Stern.com

Howard Stern.com



BostonHerald.com - the Edge: Hotline: Stern, Powell duke it out on air

BostonHerald.com - the Edge: Hotline: Stern, Powell duke it out on air
"Hotline: Stern, Powell duke it out on air
By Dean Johnson
Thursday, October 28, 2004

A testy Howard Stern called a rival radio station Tuesday and blasted Federal Communications head Michael Powell for ``a form of racketeering.''

Stern phoned San Francisco radio station KGO-AM when Powell was on the air taking calls and told him, ``It is apparent to most of us in broadcasting that your father (Colin Powell) got you your job, and you kind of sit there and you're the judge and the arbiter, you're the one who tells us what we can and can't say on the air, and yet I really don't even think you're qualified to be the head of the commission.''

Powell responded, ``I think it's a cheap shot to say just because my father is famous, I don't belong in my position.''

Stern's racketeering charge was connected to the FCC's practice of holding up license processing while indecency allegations against a station or shows it airs are pending. According to ``Inside Radio,'' the bout that lasted nearly 20 minutes ``wasn't a knockout decision, but Powell clearly won on points.''


Doctors Who Sleep More Err Less (washingtonpost.com)

Doctors Who Sleep More Err Less (washingtonpost.com)
"Doctors Who Sleep More Err Less

By Rob Stein
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, October 28, 2004; Page A04

Young doctors make far fewer mistakes when their hours are restricted to let them get enough sleep, according to the first study to directly examine the issue.

The study of 24 student doctors caring for seriously ill patients in a hospital found that those who were restricted to working no more than 16 hours without a break made about one-third fewer serious errors that could harm patients.

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Since doctors-in-training provide much of the medical care in American hospitals, the findings suggest that current guidelines that allow interns and residents to work long hours without a break are endangering patient safety, the researchers concluded in research published in today's New England Journal of Medicine.

"The tradition of working 30 hours in a row may be the Achilles' heel of the medical education system," said Charles A. Czeisler of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, who helped conduct the research. "Our study challenges the notion that it's safe to deliver patient care under those circumstances."
========SN(Doctors Who Sleep More Err Less

By Rob Stein
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, October 28, 2004; Page A04

Young doctors make far fewer mistakes when their hours are restricted to let them get enough sleep, according to the first study to directly examine the issue.

The study of 24 student doctors caring for seriously ill patients in a hospital found that those who were restricted to working no more than 16 hours without a break made about one-third fewer serious errors that could harm patients.

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Since doctors-in-training provide much of the medical care in American hospitals, the findings suggest that current guidelines that allow interns and residents to work long hours without a break are endangering patient safety, the researchers concluded in research published in today's New England Journal of Medicine.

"The tradition of working 30 hours in a row may be the Achilles' heel of the medical education system," said Charles A. Czeisler of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, who helped conduct the research. "Our study challenges the notion that it's safe to deliver patient care under those circumstances."
It has also been discovered that if a president actually READS and uses his brain for more than a place to store memories of drunken parties, chopping wood at Crawford, and bemoaning OB-GYNS being frustrated in their efforts to "practice their love with women across this country", such a president who actually uses his brain, is better than one who doesn't. Therefore, vote for teh one who uses the space between his ears for more than filler...elect KERRY!


Found - the newest members of the human family - Science - www.smh.com.au

Found - the newest members of the human family - Science - www.smh.com.au
"Found - the newest members of the human family
By Deborah Smith
October 29, 2004

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An artist's impression of Homo floresiensis. Artwork: Peter Schouten Lost world ... the cave where the new species was found and, below, how its tiny skull measures up to a modern human's. Photos: Mike Morwood and Peter Brown

A previously unknown species of miniature human barely a metre tall, who hunted pygmy elephants and giant rats, lived on Australia's doorstep until at least 13,000 years ago.

Australian and Indonesian scientists have unearthed a near-complete skeleton of a female member of the species, nicknamed Hobbit, in a cave on the remote Indonesian island of Flores, 600 kilometres east of Bali.

The archaic humans co-existed for tens of thousands of years with our own species and might have died out only 500 years ago. Archaeologist and team member Mike Morwood, from the University of New England, said they were about the size of a modern three-year-old.

"They weighed around 25 kilograms and had a brain smaller than most chimpanzees," Professor Morwood said. "Even so, they used fire and made sophisticated stone tools. Despite tiny brains, these little humans almost certainly had language."

The discovery of the species, published today in the journal Nature, is being hailed as one of the most important in a century in the study of human origins. Until now, it had been thought our only recent cousins were the Neanderthals in Europe, who died out about 30,000 years ago."
Even with a brain smaller than a chimpanzee...the evidence indicates to me they were far smarter than George W. Bush.


Dwarf Human Species: No Small Discovery - But, scientists are not surprised none ever voted for BUSH

TODAY'S NEWS (washingtonpost.com)

"Dwarf Human Species: No Small Discovery

• Scientists have made an amazing discovery of a species of dwarf humans that lived for thousands of years on an Indonesian island along with giant lizards and miniature elephants.

The discovery includes bones of five to seven people. The most complete skeleton is of a three-foot-tall adult woman, who lived about 18,000 years ago on the island of Flores.

The skull and body of Homo floresiensis, left, is smaller than current Homo sapiens. (Richard Lewis -- AP)

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"They're all tiny. No big people," said scientist Peter Brown.

Homo floresiensis or Flores Man, named for the island of Flores, had a brain the size of a grapefruit. Evidence indicates that the people made tools, lit fires and hunted in groups for meat.

Because Flores Man looks nothing like modern man, scientists think the people might have been more closely related to a long-extinct human ancestor, Homo erectus. Perhaps that ancestor became marooned on Flores and then adapted to the limited space and food supply by evolving into the smaller species.

While scientists might disagree about how Flores Man came to be, no one disagrees with Ken Mowbray of the American Museum of Natural History: "This is a great fossil find. . . . It's really cool."
One thing was clear from the fossil record, these people were very intelligent. None ever voted for Bush.


TimesDispatch.com | The blame game


Herald.com | 10/27/2004 | FDLE ends probe of missing absentee ballots

Herald.com | 10/27/2004 | FDLE ends probe of missing absentee ballotsFDLE ends probe of missing absentee ballots



After a brief inquiry, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement has closed its investigation into why thousands of absentee ballots have not reached Broward County voters.

FDLE was asked to investigate Tuesday after being contacted by county elections officials, said Paige Patterson-Hughes, spokesperson for the agency's South Florida region.

But after preliminary discussions with Broward Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes, investigators found no evidence of criminal intent, and no reason to continue the investigation.

Gisela Salas, deputy supervisor of elections, said that elections officials started their own investigation earlier this week after hearing complaints from several voters that they did not receive their ballots.

Many of those ballots had been mailed on Oct. 7th and 8th, Salas said, and therefore should have reached voters. Brenda Snipes, the supervisor of elections, spoke with officials at the Oakland Park post office where the ballots are delivered and was told that they had been mailed, Salas said. That's when Snipes contacted FDLE.

Exactly how many absentee ballots are missing is unclear. About 58,000 were mailed on Oct. 7th and 8th and Salas said elections officials know that not all of those ballots are missing because some have been returned.

The post office's spokesperson could not immediately be reached for comment Wednesday.

As of Tuesday evening, the county had received 127,320 requests for absentee ballots and had mailed the majority of them, Salas said. So far, 50,778 absentee ballots have been returned.

Here is how absentee ballots are mailed: Each day, absentee ballot requests are processed at the voting equipment center in Fort Lauderdale. Then a courier, who is a full-time elections employee, drives the ballots to the Oakland Park Boulevard post office.

Salas recommended that voters who have not received their absentee ballots should vote at an early voting site. The missing absentee ballots could lead to even longer lines at early voting sites, where waits have been several hours. Due to the crowds, the county has added staff and equipment to some busy sites. The Southwest Regional Library in Pembroke Pines continues to be the most crowded.

So far, more than 80,000 people have participated in early voting


Seattle Post-Intelligencer: AP - U.S. Headlines

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: AP - U.S. Headlines
Fla. county says absentee ballots missing


FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Up to 58,000 absentee ballots may never have reached the Broward County voters who requested them more than two weeks ago, election officials said, and state police are investigating.

Hundreds of people have called the county elections office to complain that they never got their ballots. The phone system was so overwhelmed some frustrated voters could not get through.

The county election office said the problem involved ballots mailed on Oct. 7-8, though the number of those actually missing was uncertain. Some absentee ballots mailed on those dates have already been returned to be counted.

"We are trying to determine what occurred and whether there was any kind of criminal violation," said Paige Patterson-Hughes, spokeswoman for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

The county blamed the U.S. Postal Service. "That is something beyond our control," Deputy Supervisor of Elections Gisela Salas said. "We really have no idea what's going on."

Postal officials said the post office was not to blame.

"We have employees that we assign to handle the absentee ballots that come in," said Enola C. Rice, a Postal Service spokeswoman in South Florida. "So all the absentee ballots that are received by the Postal Service are processed and delivered immediately."

Absentee voters who did not receive a ballot can request another, which officials said would be sent by overnight mail.

In 2000, Broward gave Democrat Al Gore his biggest margin among Florida counties. He received 67 percent of the vote there, while losing the state to George W. Bush by just 537 votes.


Missing Absentee Ballots- THE NIGHTMARE IS BEGINNING

Missing Absentee Ballots
Broward County says up to 58,000 absentee ballots missing in Florida

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) _ Florida police and election officials are investigating reports that thousands of absentee ballots may be missing.

Officials say about 58-thousand ballots never reached the Broward County voters who requested them more than two weeks ago.

County officials are pointing to the problems with the postal service, but postal officials say they're not to blame.

Hundreds of people have called the local elections office to complain that they never got their ballots. The phone system was so overwhelmed that some frustrated voters could not get through.

Florida law enforcement officials are looking into the problem. Meanwhile, absentee voters who didn't receive a ballot can request another, which officials promise would be sent by overnight mail.


Moon will turn to blood

IN the Bible, it warns that in the last days, the moon will turn to blood.

I'm watching the lunar eclipse, and the best way I can describe its appearance is as if a yellow moon, is covered with blood.

Now, with the universal identification card, loss of liberties, and RFID chips..wonder who is the Anti-Christ?


Falling in the Dark

The moon is eclipsing tonight. As I was watching this miraculous natural event, I was recalling the description of an accident a gentleman described to me today.

He said, "I was falling in the dark, grabbing for something to hold onto".

I think that describes some of the folks in this nation who are sadly, intent on voting for King George the Cowardly. They are driven by fear. They feel like they are indeed, falling in the dark...and are grabbing blindly for something to give themselves a feeling of security.

We are never in a good position when we are falling in the dark and grabbing for anything, or anyone, to give us a feeling of security or support.

We need to turn on the floodlight, open the blinds, and take off the blinders.

If you use your thinking brain and NOT your reptilian, fear and anger based archeocortex....you will pick the thinking man or thinking woman's candidate....
Mr. JFK...John F. Kerry.


Capitol Hill Blue: Consumer Confidence Takes a Dive

Capitol Hill Blue: Consumer Confidence Takes a Dive
Consumer Confidence Takes a Dive
By Staff and Wire Reports
Oct 27, 2004, 03:29
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U.S. consumers turned gloomier in October, beset by soaring energy costs, relentless violence in Iraq, sluggish hiring and an increasingly bitter presidential campaign.
The Conference Board's gauge of consumer confidence fell to 92.8 in October, the lowest in seven months, from 96.7 in September, the private business group said on Tuesday. The reading was below economists' expectations for a dip to 94.0.

The main index was dragged down mainly by the consumer expectations component, which tumbled to 92.0 from 97.7. The current conditions index slipped to 94.2 from 95.3.

"Consumers are more concerned about the future than they are about current conditions, and I think that has a lot to do with the high oil prices we're seeing and probably some of the election rhetoric," said Gary Thayer, chief economist at A.G. Edwards & Sons in St. Louis.

In one slightly positive sign, 27.8 percent of consumers surveyed said jobs were "hard to get," down a touch from 28.0 percent a month before. Nearly 34 percent had said employment was hard to find a year ago.

Despite strong economic growth, businesses are cautious about hiring workers while faced with record-high oil prices and steep health care costs.

"While consumers' assessment of the labor market showed a moderate improvement, the gain was not sufficient to ease concerns about job growth in the months ahead," Lynn Franco, director of the Conference Board's Consumer Research Center, said in a statement.

Markets mostly ignored the confidence data, as major stock indexes gained more than 1 percent mainly on a rebound in battered insurance shares.

Analysts and traders scrutinize consumer confidence gauges for hints on the outlook for spending, which drives two-thirds of the U.S. economy.

Households have consistently shopped for homes, cars and other goods despite worries over the economy, with low interest rates fueling borrowing, but some economists worry that weak hiring could undermine spending by debt-laden consumers.

Low mortgage rates helped boost existing home sales 3.1 percent in September to the third-highest pace on record, according to a report on Monday.

Two reports on Tuesday showed retail sales at U.S. chain stores slipping in the latest week but still up between 3 percent and 4 percent from a year ago.

"We are watching the consumer with an eagle eye right now, looking for cracks in the armor. But chain store sales so far this month have been, if anything, slightly above plan," said Stephen Stanley, chief economist at RBS Greenwich Capital in Greenwich, Connecticut.

"There is little to suggest that household spending is on the verge of a collapse," he said.

The ongoing retreat in confidence may have implications for who prevails in the presidential election.

Steven Wood, an economist at Insight Economics in Danville, California, said that since the confidence data began in 1967 only one incumbent won with a consumer confidence reading below 100 in the October before the election.

That victor was Ronald Reagan in 1984. But by that election the economy had enjoyed more than a year of strong economic growth and job creation following the 1981-82 recession.

The three losers were Gerald Ford in 1976, Jimmy Carter in 1980 and George H.W. Bush in 1992. The October consumer confidence reading in those years was 87.1, 84.2 and 54.6 respectively.


Capitol Hill Blue: Armchair Cowards

Capitol Hill Blue: Armchair CowardsArmchair Cowards
Oct 27, 2004, 04:39
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Few things are more absurd than the posturing of armchair generals. At present, an army of draft-dodging politicians, fierce-sounding media pundits and pajama-clad bloggers - almost none of whom has ever been within 1,000 miles of an actual battle - are bombarding us with messages regarding how "we" are fighting an enemy who is as great a threat to America as the nation has ever faced.
We are told that Iraq is the front line in a global campaign against this enemy, who threatens the very existence of Western civilization. The war on terror, we are assured, is a battle for our very survival; and success in Iraq is crucial to that battle.

A glance at the behavior of those who are making such claims reveals that either they don't believe what they say, or (more likely) they have failed to consider that their claims, if taken seriously, might require some sort of action on their part.

Let's take their claims seriously. A simple question ought to arise far more often than it has over the course of the past two years: Has even one of these rhetorical warriors volunteered for military service? If "we" are truly fighting for our survival, what possible justification could there be for failing to volunteer to take part in the battle itself? Those who aren't eligible themselves for military service could demonstrate the sincerity of their beliefs by exhorting their siblings and children to join the armed forces: yet you will need to search long and hard to find such a plea among the millions of words published in support of the war.

Indeed, it's almost impossible to find a hawk who advocates reinstating the draft, despite the critical personnel shortage caused by the Iraq war - a shortage that now limits America's military options in many dangerous ways


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