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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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Technology News: Entertainment: MPAA Hatches Plan To Sue Movie File-Sharers

Technology News: Entertainment: MPAA Hatches Plan To Sue Movie File-Sharers

MPAA Hatches Plan To Sue Movie File-Sharers

By Susan B. Shor
TechNewsWorld
11/05/04 3:16 PM PT

Sharing movie files is not as prevalent as sharing music, partly because it takes a lot of bandwidth to download even a poor copy of a two-hour film. Dan Glickman, who heads the MPAA, fears that as technology improves, so too will the ability to share free copies of movies over the Internet.


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Another entertainment industry group has decided to try to staunch the flow of file-sharing by suing those who participate.

The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) announced Thursday that it will go the route of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), which since September 2003 has sued more than 6,000 people it claims have illegally downloaded music files from the Web.

MPAA chief Dan Glickman, who took over the job two months ago from Jack Valenti, said the association, which represents the seven biggest movie studios, is only trying to protect the intellectual property of its members. Valenti was opposed to filing these types of suits.


'Greatest Threat'
"This was not an easy decision, but it must be done now before illegal online file-sharing of movies spins out of control. Illegal movie trafficking represents the greatest threat to the economic basis of movie-making in its 110-year history," he said.

In an interview with USA Today, Glickman said the MPAA estimates it is losing $3.5 billion a year to movie pirates.

Sharing movie files is not as prevalent as sharing music, partly because it takes a lot of bandwidth to download even a poor copy of a two-hour film. Glickman said the MPAA fears that as technology improves, so too will the ability to share free copies of movies over the Internet.

Lawsuits Soon
The MPAA will file its first suits Nov. 16, using the same method the RIAA used. It will first identify the Internet accounts used for the downloads and then subpoena records to attach a name to them. Civil suits will ask for damages of up to $30,000 from each person sued.

Glickman said the MPAA also plans to make it easier for consumers to buy and rent movies online and to educate them about copyright law. The MPAA Web site has a logo designed to mimic a movie rating tag that says: "I. Illegal downloading, inappropriate for all ages."

But some argue that alienating your customers by suing them is not the best way to go about changing minds. And recent surveys disagree on whether the RIAA's efforts have diminished file-sharing or just pushed it onto newer networks

 

The New York Times > International > Europe > Europe Seeks Unity on New Bush Term

The New York Times > International > Europe > Europe Seeks Unity on New Bush Term
Europe Seeks Unity on New Bush Term
By PATRICK E. TYLER

Published: November 6, 2004


RUSSELS, Nov. 5 - As European leaders came together on Friday for the first time since the American elections, Britain's prime minister, Tony Blair, urged them to adjust to the "reality" that George W. Bush would be president for four more years, but signs of old resentments lingered in private remarks about the wisdom of impending American military action in Iraq.

Some leaders, gathered here for a European Union summit meeting, suggested that the military campaign aimed at Falluja, stronghold of insurgent forces west of Baghdad, could result in the extensive use of heavy weapons, leading to substantial civilian casualties and a political backlash

 

BUSH AND THE SIMPLEMINDED

IS IT ALL ABOUT SEX ?
What won the election for Bush ?
Frank Rich of the New York Times speculated on CNN that the BUSH win
was all about Sex. He pointed out that Abortion is about sex, Gay Marriage is
about sex.... according to him, stem cell research is about sex as well.
While there may be some merit to this view, I have to go back to the idea that
America responded to the very simplistic approach of the Bush Reich.
For most people, something that is said simply, in small words. by someone looking straight
into the camera, without laughing, can be a powerful message. Now, that is true of simple minded
folks whether they are educated or not.
In fact, simple minded people are easily led, and due to their simple minded adherence to the
fascists of the world, simple minded people have enabled most of the horrible things that
governments have inflicted on the human race.
I first became aware of this problem with simple minded people during my first encounters with
lawyers. One common mantra of lawyers to clients is that they should use few words, adopt a
serious , yet friendly demeanor, and that the words should be simple, and "straightforward".
This is EXTREMELY problematic to me, to the point of being anathema.
Why do I say that? I say that because it encourages lying. This line of thought encourages,
nay, DEMANDS that people look at the world as if it is black and white....no shades of gray.
This approach rewards idiotic, easy liars, and punishes the thoughtful person trying to give the
most truthful answer.
For example. I ask you "Is a tree green?". Now, the way I would look at the question is this.
Firstly, what type of tree? To give a proper answer, one must know which tree is being referenced.
Number two, the question does not specify what time of the year is referenced. Different types of
trees change color at different times of the year. What PART of the tree is referenced? Is the questioner
talking about every part of a tree...because obviously , all parts of a living tree are not green. This brings
up another question...is the question referring to a living, real tree, or an artificial tree?
The next question is, is the question talking about just the perception of a person looking at a tree,
or the physics. For example, a green leaf or green blade of grass, is actually, NOT green, because it
is reflecting the green from the leaf, and therefore, it technically is all colors EXCEPT green.
But, the simple minded person would just say plainly, " YES, trees are green".
This is the difference between a liar like Geoge W. Bush, and a more thoughtful guy like Kerry.

For Bush, the power in words is not their truthfulness, but in their ability to be short, to the point,
and not leave room for interpretation.
It's looking straight into the camera and saying "You know where I stand." and this resonating
with the simpleminded. Yeah George, we know where you stand...you stand hip deep in a big,
steaming, stinking pile of BullShit.

 

FIGHTER JET STRAFES NEW JERSEY SCHOOL....IS THIS A PRACTICE RUN FROM BUSH?

Fighter jet over N.J. strafes roof of school
Night exercise near firing range

By Wayne Parry
Associated Press
Published November 5, 2004

LITTLE EGG HARBOR, N.J. -- A National Guard F-16 fighter jet on a nighttime training mission strafed an elementary school with 25 rounds of ammunition, authorities said Thursday. No one was injured.

The military is investigating the incident that damaged Little Egg Harbor Intermediate School in southern New Jersey shortly after 11 p.m. Wednesday. The school is a few miles from a military firing range.

Police were called when a custodian who was the only person in the school heard what sounded like someone running across the roof.

Police Chief Mark Siino said officers noticed punctures in the roof. Ceiling tiles had fallen into classrooms, and there were scratch marks in the asphalt outside.

The pilot of the single-seat jet was supposed to fire at a ground target on the firing range 3 1/2 miles from the school, said Col. Brian Webster, commander of the 177th Fighter Wing of the New Jersey Air National Guard, which is responsible for the range. He said he didn't know what led to the school getting shot up.

The plane was flying at 7,000 feet when the shots were fired. The gun, an M61-A1 Vulcan cannon, is located in the plane's left wing. It fires 2-inch-long bullets that are made of lead and do not explode, Webster said.

"The National Guard takes this situation very seriously," said Lt. Col. Roberta Niedt, a spokeswoman for the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

"The safety of our people and the surrounding communities are our foremost concern," Niedt said.

The jet that fired the rounds was assigned to the 113th Wing of the District of Columbia Air National Guard, based at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. The plane returned there after firing the shots, Webster said.

He would not identify the pilot or detail possible disciplinary measures.

Mike Dupuis, president of the township's Board of Education, said school workers are mindful that the firing range is nearby.

"Being so close to the range, that's always in the back of our minds. It is very scary. I have children in that school and relatives that work there," he said.

The 2,400-acre Warren Grove range, about 30 miles north of Atlantic City, has been used by the military since the end of World War II, long before the surrounding area was developed.

In 2002, an Air National Guard F-16 that had been practicing attacks at the range crashed along the Garden State Parkway. The plane's pilot ejected safely, and no one on the ground was hurt.

Errant practice bombs were blamed for forest fires that burned more than 11,000 acres of the Pine Barrens near the range in 1999 and more than 1,600 acres in 2002.
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IS THIS A PRACTICE RUN FOR BUSHY FUN?

 

AREA 51- THOSE WHO VOTED FOR BUSH

Around 51 percent voted for Bush, if you believe the reports.

Why they did this, is so strange, that I have titled these people...
AREA 51...as shorthand for the description of the people who sold
this country down the river.


 

KRT Wire | 11/04/2004 | Keyes concedes in Senate race, says Obama stands for `evil' culture

KRT Wire | 11/04/2004 | Keyes concedes in Senate race, says Obama stands for `evil' culture

"Keyes concedes in Senate race, says Obama stands for `evil' culture

BY LIAM FORD

Chicago Tribune


CHICAGO - (KRT) - Two days after his record loss in the U.S. Senate race, Republican Alan Keyes conceded defeat during a radio interview Thursday. But he said he would never congratulate the winner, Barack Obama, because the Democrat stood for "a culture evil enough to destroy the very soul and heart of my country."

Keyes sounded a defiant note Tuesday night when he addressed supporters, but then dropped from public view after losing to Obama 70 percent to 27 percent, the biggest gap ever in an Illinois U.S. Senate race.

He resurfaced, in voice only, Thursday during a phone interview on WYLL-AM, a Christian talk station in Chicago. In the interview, Keyes said he accepted the election results but blamed his poor showing on other Republicans and the media.

He reminded listeners that throughout his campaign he had said he was "engaged in a battle between good and evil." Because of that, he said, he did not feel that he could offer his congratulations to Obama.

"I'm supposed to make a call that represents the congratulations toward that which I believe ultimately stands for and will stand for a culture evil enough to destroy the very soul and heart of my country?" Keyes asked rhetorically. "I can't do this. And I will not make a false gesture."

Robert Gibbs, a spokesman for Obama, declined to address Keyes' comments.

"Everyone has to make their own decisions. The people of Illinois rendered a very clear decision on Tuesday by handing Alan Keyes the greatest electoral defeat in Illinois Senate history," Gibbs said. "Barack Obama's attention is focused on the very important work for all of the people of Illinois."

Earlier, Gibbs had told the Chicago Tribune that he talked five times on election night with a top Keyes staffer who was trying to get his candidate to concede. The Keyes aide, Dan Proft, apologized repeatedly for his candidate's behavior, Gibbs said.

Proft confirmed that he had spoken to Gibbs on Tuesday but said the conversation was private and declined to discuss it.

Republican leaders had imported Keyes from Maryland to take over the Senate race after primary winner Jack Ryan dropped out. But many of those same leaders quickly began distancing themselves from Keyes as he uttered a series of controversial campaign charges and statements that they considered undignified and unnecessary.

Following Tuesday's loss, top Illinois Republicans, including many conservatives, said Keyes' harsh rejection of those who do not share his views undermined his campaign.

But on Thursday, Keyes said it was Republicans who were "Republicans in name only," as well as a news media out to get him, who were responsible for his defeat.

Keyes said he was counting on GOP voters to come "back home on Election Day, rather than vote a socialist into office who stands against everything they profess to believe as Republicans ... But maybe that was in part due to the campaign of distortions in the media, so that they were unable ... to see what I was standing for."

Keyes has said he expects to stay in Illinois, and several Keyes staffers and volunteers from out-of-state have said they also may stay.

In his radio appearance, Keyes said that he will be working with his backers to reform the Illinois Republican Party - and push it to re-emphasize the "moral priority" that was foremost in the minds of many who voted for President Bush.

"We are going to be working with folks who have worked with us in the course of this campaign, in order ... to speak to the true priority of the heart of the people of Illinois and elsewhere. That is a moral priority," Keyes said."
==========SNIP==============
THIS IS BUSH-LIKE COMPLETELY!

 

All eyes on Sen. Specter - The Washington Times: Editorials/OP-ED - November 05, 2004

All eyes on Sen. Specter - The Washington Times: Editorials/OP-ED - November 05, 2004
All eyes on Sen. Specter



Sen. Arlen Specter had better watch out. The day after President Bush's election triumph, Republican Sen. Arlen Specter — who is expected to be chosen chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee — fired a warning shot across the bow of the ship of state: "The president is well aware of what happened, when a bunch of his nominees were sent up, with the filibusters. And I would expect the president to be mindful of the considerations which I am mentioning."
As one of the few Republicans who opposed President Reagan nominee Robert Bork for the Supreme Court, and President George W. Bush's nominee for the federal bench (and now senator) Jeff Sessions, Mr. Specter's words are quite easy to decode. He is warning the president that he will block or oppose conservative nominations, no matter how qualified, for the high benches.


 

Land of the Enslaved / Home of the Fearful

The whole country seems immersed in mass hysteria...right wing cancer if you will.

Then, I remembered my hero...the little boy in the story who was the only one to have the courage enogh to proclaim...the Emperor has no clothes....

This emperor has NO SHAME...has no real MORALS....and has no right to be where he is.

I decided the proper course, is to redouble my efforts against this tyrant, to use my voice as a writer to hold their collective feet to the fire...and to show in no uncertain terms...the moral and intellectual bankrupt status of this "Pretender to the Throne".

I have decided that a healthy mixture of satire and truth telling is the best way to do that. If you check out my blog...you will note that the humor is caustic in its orientation.

Here's a ditty I came up with yesterday...
======================================
"well my name is Dubya and my Dad's an O.G.
I threw down my gang signs at the Iraqis...

I never done a driveby, but I soaked suds in the Guard....
And everyone knows, I say I'm workin' hard....
(then the scratch part happens)..
work...work...workin' hard....workin' hard...

Me and the Dems will be workin' hand in glove...
and I promised the OB-Gyns they could practice their love...
(scratch continues)...practice...practice.... practice their love..."
==============================================

It's dangerous, in a represssive regime, to speak out ....to speak truth to power. But, we must do what we can to gently nudge this country away from the brink of insanity and total totalitarianism.

I miss my country. I miss freedom. Yesterday, a group of
black, military looking helicopters, flying in formation, flew low over my office..so low you could almost feel the hair on your neck blown by the breeze from the rotors. The "thump, thump,thump" of their blades and the roar of their engines was a sound of something ominous.

My immediate thought was that, "Here we go....martial law".

Something bad is coming my droogs....and it isn't "doubleplus good"...As Alex would say..."It feels like a bit of the old ultraviolence."

We are headed for a dark time....the Neo Dark Ages, run by the Neo Cons...with Heinrich Himmler...aka :Turd Blossom, aka Karl Rove....overseeing...standing tall in silouhette, arm extended at a 45 degree....with the Fundamentalist version of Sieg Heil spurring on the truth believers.

I can see the grape stains of the KoolAid, circling the mouths of 51 percent of the population...almost obliterate by the foaming at the mouth, and the slowly building chants of ....W A R....W A R...W A R Guys in the military are telling me that something big is on the way...there are big buildups going on, and they don't know what is going to happen.....

Iran is the new Iraq...and we are in for war....neverending war. They elected someone who glories in calling himself a "war president".....

He is a theocratic pushing his own perverted Jihad..I've written at length about it and call it Bush's Jihad.....

The ASSES of EVIL have plans...dark plans for all of us....

Globalism will be more than a word...it will become the new modus operandi....

Copyright will be enforced at the point of a gun...they will cry we need to build more prisons....

Deserters from the military, thought criminals....those who stand up to the Fuhrer must be dealt with....

Dark times my droogies....dark times....
and little Alex...though courageous..is getting afraid.

Something Wicked this Way Comes...it's been creeping forward for four years...and is closer every day.

God / Yahweh....bless Amerika....
land of the enslaved...home of the fearful....


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