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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

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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
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Sunday, October 31, 2004

 

YOUR VOTE MAY MAKE THE DIFFERENCE

Most people feel like they cannot do much to change things. They work all day, and get off too word,too tired and broke to travel,write, etc.. Tuesday....YOU HAVE A CHANCE to change the direction this country is heading.

Do nothing...and we will be mired in the same smelling and disease ridden swamp we have been mired in for FOUR YEARS.

Do nothing, and when things get worse and worse, you will have only yourself to blame.

There is a famous saying that, all that needs to happen for evil to triumph, is for good men and women to do nothing.

There is evil in this country, and it is masquerading as the legal government. Those of us in the majority of the popular vote, who voted for Gore last time, KNOW the election was stolen from us.

The MAJORITY of voters voted Gore. Even with all the shennanigans and cheating that was said to happen, it still came down to just 537 votes.

If you are black, female, working poor, unemployed, underemployed, sick and without health care, over 50 and needing to have social security when it comes time....you HAVE a choice, and if you read everything about what Bush is doing and has done...you KNOW that choice is NOT BUSH.

Libertarians have a great platform, but if you do not vote for the only person who can defeat Bush, you have in effect voted for this present administration to have four more years to FUCK US OVER !

Please, please, please....if you only vote ONCE in your life....
VOTE THIS YEAR....

VOTE KERRY/EDWARDS 2004...THE ONLY CHOICE!<
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B E L L A C I A O - EVERY VOTE WILL COUNT -

B E L L A C I A O - EVERY VOTE WILL COUNT -
"by Mike Schiller

2 days from today, we will finally get to do something we have not done since 1996... pick a President. It’s been a long wait, but the moment is about to arrive. During the summer of 1999, I was living in a different world than the one I live in now. My life revolved only around my needs, my goals, my ambitions, my desires and my pains. Around that time, a person said to me, "In another year, Bush is going to be President", and I laughed. I said, "This is 1999, not 1989, Bush retired years ago". That is how clueless I was about our political system at the time. I knew the names of all 50 states, but I did not know anything about politics, except that I considered Hillary and Bill Clinton to be the first "cool" Presidential family in history. I sometimes cracked satirical jokes about them, but I thought they made the White House a much more interesting place, and the government felt like an accessible, open place which really did serve the people. I thought the economy was going great, but also held a skepticism that it would be great for much longer. I knew the story behind the great depression, and saw that history was set to repeat itself. At the time, though, I didn’t know what a Democrat or Republican was.

By the time the 2000 race began to heat up, I knew I wanted Al Gore to win, but didn’t think my vote would matter. I knew that Gore was the one who supported civil rights, and Bush was the one who was against them, but thought the world was beyond the point where anyone would oppose civil rights, so I assumed Gore would win. November 1st was my birthday, and that day was the last day I had the luxury of seeing the world as I wanted to see it, rather than see it as it was.

When I got to work the next morning, everyone was watching TV. I went to my desk, not thinking anything of it. The phone rang, and it was my mom. She asked me if I knew what was going on, because at the time, I had a reputation for being completely oblivious to what was going on in the world, unless it pertained to music. I said, "No I don’t know what’s going on, but can I ask you a question? I’m sure the answer is yes, but just in case, Gore did win, didn’t he?"

She told me the election was still up in the air, and they were conducting a recount. For the next two months, I followed every detail of what was happening. I studied Florida statutes, federal statutes, the constitution, the history of elections both nationally and in Florida, and paid close attention to everything that was unfolding in the courts. I spent as much time as possible studying every detail about what was happening. I noticed things which other people seemed not to notice. I found that the more I knew, the bigger the differences were between my own perception of what was happening and the perceptions held by casual observers. This struck me as odd, because despite all the research and my attention to every detail, I considered myself to be a casual observer. I had no government credentials or ties to political organizations, no college degree, no prior partisan identification other than a preference of candidate. It couldn’t have been a newfound partisan view on my part, because my parents had much stronger feelings about the election than I did, they supported Gore, and yet they were falling for the Bush campaign’s rhetoric, most of which I saw was blatantly false- because much what they said contradicted everything that was really happening.

I knew there was something very, very wrong taking place. Why were these lies accepted as facts, if anyone who researched on their own could easily find out that Bush was indeed lying? That answer was to become clearer over time. Most people don’t want to take the time to research on their own. They don’t want to make the effort. It’s easier to believe that whatever you hear more often from most people is true, than it is to go out and learn for yourself. This troubled me. A 24 year old with almost no prior interest in politics, and I now knew things most people didn’t know, within the space of only two months. My own grandmother, who lives in West Palm Beach, eventually bought into the idea that Gore was ’wrong’ for insisting on a recount. The votes, in total, throughout Florida, had not been hand counted. The public, my own parents and grandmother included, believed that the votes had been recounted three times. They had been machine counted, but not hand counted. All throughout this time I began to learn of other problems, such as voter registration purges which seemed far too broad to be legitimate. I learned that state law ultimately determines how or if there’s a recount, and that Florida law said that a vote must be counted if the intent of the voter were clear. Regardless of what type of count Gore sought, the Florida Supreme Court ultimately ruled that a full, statewide hand recount was mandated by Florida law. They did not rule exactly as Gore asked them to rule. They ruled in favor of a full, statewide recount."
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Great article by Mike.....I agree with his comments completely.

 

YEEEEEEEEHAAAAAH IS NOT A FOREIGN POLICY!



This world is a dangerous, and complex place. It is not the kind of place to run by the seat of your pants, to run on "gut feeling"
or decide what to do based on what you thought you heard God whispering to you while you were half asleep. We do not need a leader who prides himself on not reading, but instead, listens to people who he THINKS or ASSUMES, read everything for him. We need someone who knows that just asking people passing in the hall for what is going on, is not a proper way to get objective intelligence on what is happening in the world.

" A few weeks ago, George W. Bush noted during an interview that while he glances at newspaper headlines, he “rarely” reads the actual articles because “A lot of times there’s opinions mixed in with news.” So where does he get his info? Bush said he prefers to be briefed by White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice. “The best way to get the news,” he explained, “is from objective sources. And the most objective sources I have are people on my staff who tell me what’s happening in the world.”

Lately Bush also has been warning the American public not to pay attention to other sources, such as journalists who report that all is not going well in the land of occupation. “We’re making good progress in Iraq,” Bush said. “Sometimes it’s hard to tell when you listen to the filter.” The filter is Bushspeak for the media."

http://www.laweekly.com/ink/03/49/news-corn.php

This method MIGHT make you miss something critical, like the mistake that was 9/11.

 

Joint Organizational Statement on No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act

The undersigned education, civil rights, children’s, disability, and citizens’ organizations are committed to the No Child Left Behind Act’s objectives of strong academic achievement for all children and closing the achievement gap. We believe that the federal government has a critical role to play in attaining these goals. We endorse the use of an accountability system that helps ensure all children, including children of color, from low-income families, with disabilities, and of limited English proficiency, are prepared to be successful, participating members of our democracy.

While we all have different positions on various aspects of the law, based on concerns raised
during the implementation of NCLB, we believe the following significant, constructive
corrections are among those necessary to make the Act fair and effective. Among these concerns are: over-emphasizing standardized testing, narrowing curriculum and instruction to focus on test preparation rather than richer academic learning; over-identifying schools in need of improvement; using sanctions that do not help improve schools; inappropriately excluding low-scoring children in order to boost test results; and inadequate funding. Overall, the law’s emphasis needs to shift from applying sanctions for failing to raise test scores to holding states and localities accountable for making the systemic changes that improve student achievement

 

DEAD LETTER OFFICE: GeorgeWBush.org: Bush/Cheney in 2004!

 

Capitol Hill Blue: Halliburton Contract a Greased Deal All the Way

Capitol Hill Blue: Halliburton Contract a Greased Deal All the Way
Halliburton Contract a Greased Deal All the Way
By LARRY MARGASAK
Oct 31, 2004, 06:11
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The Army extended a Halliburton Co. troop support contract over the objections of a top contracting officer, even contending - and then withdrawing - a claim that U.S. forces faced an emergency if the company didn't get the extra work.
"I wrote directly on the document the weaknesses ... so that all could clearly see," contracting official Bunnatine Greenhouse wrote a top general this month in questioning the extended troop support contract in the Balkans.

Greenhouse has had problems with the $2 billion contract at least since January 2002, when she wrote, "There is little or no incentive for the contractor to reduce or keep cost down."

The contracting officer has gone public with allegations of favoritism toward the company once headed by Vice President Dick Cheney. On Saturday, Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry kept up his assault on Halliburton

 

US trouser quota against WTO principles

US trouser quota against WTO principles
US trouser quota against WTO principles
By Dai Yan (China Daily)
Updated: 2004-10-31 22:50


US import limits on China-made trousers will violate WTO principles once effected, said textile producers and exporters that are greatly concerned.

The Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements (CITA), an interagency group of the US Government, announced on Friday it will consider a request by the domestic textile industry to place quota caps on shipments of China-made cotton trousers.

The China Textile Import and Export Chamber of Commerce said in a statement that the petition not only violates provisions of the Agreement on Textile and Clothing but also the fair and free-trade principles of the World Trade Organization (WTO). "It's an extreme example of trade protectionism," said the statement released late on Friday.

A spokesman for the China National Textile Industry Council (CNTIC) said the entire Chinese textile industry and its normal export trade would be heavily affected if the US government approved the appeal.


 

Leavng Soldiers Unprotected in A Dangerous Land

Leaving Soldiers Unprotected in A Dangerous Land

I just watched a special on 60 minutes on CBS about how our soldiers in Iraq, ride in Hum-Vees without armor. They are putting up sheets of plywood onboard with bags of sand, and some are scavenging Iraqi tanks that are destroyed, to get pieces of armor to put on the Hum-Vees.


These vehicles have NO underbody protection to protect them from bombs exploding under the vehicle. I have good friends over there right now, and I personally am concerned that they are having to put their lives on the line every time they ride from point A to point B.

Families are having to purchase night vision goggles, walkie talkies, body armor, and all kinds of things to send their family members in country. Even McCain had to admit that pork barrel items are getting included in defense spending, and needed things like food for the troops, helicopter blades, and maintenance items are being cut. He also pointed out that this is the ONLY time that the government issued a TAX CUT during a war.

More and more troops are coming home in body bags, or as they are now euphemistically labelled...transport tubes.

Look, you don't like Kerry? You wanna call yourself a conservative or Repub or whatever....FINE...but, think about our troops. They are NOT being taken care of and we OWE them much more and much better than having to try to protect themselves from high explosives with scrounged pieces of plywood and sandbags...but then again...what should we expect from a government that told us to protect ourselves from a potential attack with plastic sheeting and duct tape...and whose idea of preparedness is releasing the "alert color du jour"...we're always at orange or something...we will NEVER be back at green as long as King George the Cowardly holds court, and as long as President Queeg is screaming "Bring it ON".


Vote with your brain and not your heart...We MUST get a new administration...we cannot TAKE four more years of this madness !

 

Girlfriend accused of severing Harris County man's penis

Girlfriend accused of severing Harris County man's penis
"Girlfriend accused of severing Harris County man's penis

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HOUSTON — A Harris County woman accused of cutting off her boyfriend's penis with a kitchen knife while he was sleeping was being sought by police Saturday, sheriff's detectives said.

The severed organ has not been found since the attack Thursday morning at the woman's home.

The 33-year-old victim is in Ben Taub General Hospital and is expected to survive. The 45-year-old woman told detectives she cut the man because he had been unfaithful and had physically abused her. Eighty percent of his penis was severed, detectives said."
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The last sentence was the interesting part, because, one wonders,
did someone measure the stump, or was it just eyeballed and guesstimated?

 

STEADY LEADERSHIP

 

An Angel on One Shoulder and a Devil on the Other

Sometimes we hear about people having an angel on
one shoulder whispering in the ear, and a devil on
the other shoulder whispering in the ear.

Apparently, we do not see any angel on the
other shoulder here.

PS...this is not Osama on his shoulder...it's merely
a poorly tailored suit with a wrinkle!

 

APOCALYPSE NOW!� VOTE BUSH!

NOTE- LANDOVERBAPTIST.ORG IS A SATIRICAL SITE, AND NOT A REAL CHURCH NOR RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION.
BUT I THINK THEY'RE FUNNY....SO, GIVING THEM MORE EXPOSURE....
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APOCALYPSE NOW!� VOTE BUSH!
APOCALYPSE NOW! VOTE BUSH!
Sermon By Brother Harry Hardwick

Praise Jesus! It is with a cheerful heart that I tell you that the end of the world is right around the corner. It may be a matter of weeks, not decades, before the Lord's sandals touch down on what our wonderful President calls "terror firma." Yes, as soon as the Lord Jesus arrives on Earth He will start kicking human trash out of His way, making a beeline to a handful of folks He actually wants to join Him in Heaven while sending everyone from Chinamen to Episcopalians hurling straight towards the fiery volcanic vulva that marks the entrance to Satan’s abode. Friends, I haven’t felt this good about anything since they found that splattered Monica Lewinsky dress. (Thank goodness, Godly Bill O’Reilly’s sexual shenanigans were all by phone so there is no physical evidence other than a dumpster full of Energizer AA batteries.). Everything in the Book of Revelation is coming true. George W. Bush, directed by God, Himself, is destroying life as we know it, thereby facilitating the apocalypse that the apostles promised would happen quickly after Jesus’ death. Once it happens, the meek will inherit the (now uninhabitable) earth and the rest of us will ascend to our skyboxes in Heaven to watch the glorious carnage. Praise!

President “W,” like someone with acute ADD and a TIVO remote control, has done everything in his power to fast-forward our dull mortal life to get to the good part where the world is destroyed and evangelical Christians are raptured to Glory. W has taken America from being the most respected nation on the Earth to being the most hated. He has turned an annual budget surplus of hundreds of billions of dollars into a deficit that will easily exceed over half a trillion dollars, in this fiscal year alone. He has turned the clock on environmental regulation, completely dismantling that odious EPA, allowing Christian corporations to spew whatever toxins they are most confident will most closely approximate the conditions of death and desolation that will trigger the Apocalypse. He put a stop to that ridiculous treaty Clinton signed to end global warming because, after all, couldn’t global warming be one of the ways God plans to kill the planet, as He promised to do in the Book of Revelation? Besides, doesn't global warming just give most of the world a preview of coming attractions, if you know what I mean? W has raised the poverty level and the rate of unemployment to the highest levels they have been since the Great Depression, more than 70 years ago. W has enacted legislation that allows law enforcement officials to treat every one of us like the Nazis justifiably treated those Christ-killing Jews over half a century ago (so long as they say their actions are part of a “terror” investigation). W has recreated the feudal society of medieval times in which a few are the rich lords and the rest are the poor serfs. What better way to start a revolution that may lead to the Apocalypse? You see, W is leaving no stone unturned (except for those he decides to throw at that obnoxious, bleeding heart do-gooder, John Kerry).

W has dramatically increased the number of terrorists who want to destroy us with his innovative and powerful, “Because I said so, you foreign buttwipes! ” foreign policy. In short, he has done everything he can, with and without regard to so-called political constraints, to accelerate the time the godly will have to wait to be reunited with Jesus. He is obviously impatient with the Lord, who has been promising imminent global destruction for millennia. Our crafty President has decided that if he goes ahead and gives the Lord a head start in destroying the planet, God will be more inclined to jump on the bandwagon and finish things off, thwarting Democrats’ efforts at so-called “social justice.” If we ensure W is re-elected, we ensure the Rapture and the reunion with our beloved deceased family members and purebred pets. If Kerry is elected, the world may survive a few more decades, with homosexuals marrying, people’s incomes rising, Americans’ freedom increasing, and a myriad of other social “advances” that can only make folks less eager to pitch the planet into the trash, delaying the inevitable Biblical demise.


 

OrwellianTimes.Com -- Pink Slip Bush

OrwellianTimes.Com -- Pink Slip Bush
Pink Slip Bush
Send an unmistakable message to President Bush: Print and mail out Notice of Termination and Letter of Recommendation to the White House.





 

Pat Robertson: Views

 

BUSH PULLS OUT OF SPEECH TO PARLIAMENT | Metafilter

 

Bush's smirk and Kerry's smile send the wrong message, say experts, Breaking : News : News

Bush's smirk and Kerry's smile send the wrong message, say experts, Breaking : News : News

George W. Bush needs to get rid of the grimaces and smirks, John Kerry is still struggling to put on a natural smile, experts said after the first presidential debate between the two rivals.

While Kerry was given the best marks in some polls after Thursday night's debate, communications experts said both contenders must work on their body language ahead of the two remaining presidential debates and the November 2 election.

According to Patti Wood, an Atlanta-based body language consultant, Bush had an assured first 30 minutes at the crucial first debate.

"But he seemed to run out of planned stuff to say and I think he became emotional," added Wood, who has advised the US military and top firms on communications and body language.

"He repeated himself so much. When you repeat the same message it makes it look as though everything is planned and rehearsed. I think it made him look childish."

Wood said that Bush has a "tongue thrust" during speeches but kept this under control at the University of Miami debate. "He only did it a few times." But she added that Bush also "grimaced" and "smirked" a lot and must also control this in future debates.

"I think it made him look childish, they were not presidential gestures."


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