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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!

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The RIAA Prank: Do They Really Care About Kazaa, Grokster, and Napster?

 

Yahoo! News - Cheney, Short of Breath, Heads to Hospital

Yahoo! News - Cheney, Short of Breath, Heads to HospitalCheney, Short of Breath, Heads to Hospital

6 minutes ago White House - AP



WASHINGTON - Vice President Dick Cheney (news - web sites), who has a history of heart trouble, was being taken to a hospital on Saturday for tests after experiencing some shortness of breath, a White House spokesman said.


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"On the recommendation of his doctors, the vice president is going to George Washington University Hospital for some tests," spokesman Ken Lisaius said. "He experienced some shortness of breath Saturday morning and has had a bad cold, which could be the cause for the shortness of breath."


President Bush (news - web sites) was notified, Lisaius said.


Cheney's cardiologist, Dr. Jonathan Reiner, was to oversee the tests.


The 63-year-old Cheney has had four heart attacks, although none as vice president. He kept up a heavy travel schedule during Bush's re-election campaign, often traveling with his wife, Lynne Cheney.


Lisaius said Cheney is taking every precaution "as anyone with history should do" and is having himself checked out. It was unclear whether Cheney would be admitted to the hospital, or would be there only for tests.


In June 2001, he had a pacemaker implanted in his chest. At his annual heart checkup on May 11, doctors determined that the pacemaker, called an implantable cardioverter defibrillator, was working fine and never had had to assist his heart.

The device is designed to activate automatically if needed to regulate the patient's heartbeat.
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Dogpile - Audio Search: LET THE EAGLE SOAR

ASHCROFT SINGS ALL YOUR FAVORITES....
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John Ashcroft Sings: Ashcroft & Bacon Gospel Album: TRUTH Volume One, Edition One - WHITEHOUSE.ORG

 

The Bloggers Should Be TIME s People of the Year

 

DEA Judge Francis Young - Part 1

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the Bush Agnda rolls on..effort to halt stem cell cloning

CNN.com - U.S. pushes global ban on stem cell cloning - Nov 12, 2004
U.S. pushes global ban on stem cell cloning
Friday, November 12, 2004 Posted: 11:59 AM EST (1659 GMT)

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) -- Talks at the United Nations appear to have failed to avert a new U.N. confrontation over a U.S.-led drive to ban all cloning of human embryos including for stem cell research, diplomats said Thursday.

As a result a General Assembly panel is headed for a close vote next week on a plan for an anti-cloning treaty put forward by the United States and Costa Rica.

But with support for the plan seen fading in the assembly's treaty-writing Legal Committee, a last-minute compromise could yet be reached to avert an up-or-down vote, the envoys said.


 

MORE FROM THE TASER FILES------- Police use stun gun on 6-year-old boy - Nov 12, 2004

CNN.com - Police use stun gun on 6-year-old boy - Nov 12, 2004
MIAMI, Florida (AP) -- Police used a stun gun on a 6-year-old boy in his principal's office because he was wielding a piece of glass and threatening to hurt himself, officials said Thursday.

The boy, who was not identified, was shocked with 50,000 volts on October 20 at Kelsey Pharr Elementary School.

Principal Maria Mason called 911 after the child broke a picture frame in her office and waved a piece of glass, holding a security guard back.

When two Miami-Dade County police officers and a school officer arrived, the boy had already cut himself under his eye and on his hand.

The officers talked to the boy without success. When the boy cut his own leg, one officer shocked him with a Taser and another grabbed him to prevent him from falling, police said.

He was treated and taken to a hospital, where he was committed for psychiatric evaluation.

"By using the Taser, we were able to stop the situation, stop him from hurting himself," police spokesman Juan DelCastillo told The Miami Herald.

The case was under review.
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JS Online: Vitamin E scare hurts cancer trial

JS Online: Vitamin E scare hurts cancer trialVitamin E scare hurts cancer trial
Doctors say their study on supplement, prostate cancer prevention is safe
By JOHN FAUBER

Posted: Nov. 11, 2004

One of the largest vitamin E disease prevention trials ever
undertaken is in jeopardy of losing participants because of a new report that said high doses of the supplement increased the risk of death.

Doctors associated with SELECT, a North American trial involving 35,000 men looking at whether vitamin E and selenium can prevent prostate cancer, were scrambling Thursday to reassure study participants that they could safely continue the regimen.

At the Medical College of Wisconsin, one of 400 sites taking part in the trial, more than 60 men called Thursday, wondering if they should drop out, said Heather Engelke, research coordinator.

"We're in quite a bind," she said. "I've got 154 guys in the study. I hope all my guys don't back out. I'll do my best to keep them in."

The 12-year trial, which is being funded by the National Cancer Institute, has been going on for three years.

Most of the men who called were worried that taking vitamin E would cause a heart attack, a concern that is not substantiated, said Robert Donnell, an associate professor of urology and lead investigator for the Medical College's part of the trial.

Donnell said he is concerned that the vitamin E report could make it difficult for researchers to find out if the supplement actually can prevent prostate cancer.

"Given that it's the second-leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., that's a big issue," Donnell said.

In addition to the prostate cancer trial, there are several other prevention trials going on, including one looking at whether vitamin E and selenium can prevent Alzheimer's disease. The Alzheimer's trial, which is part of the SELECT trial, involves 10,400 participants.

On Wednesday a large review of 19 earlier trials involving vitamin E found that those taking 400 international units or more had a 10% increased risk of dying compared with people who did not take the vitamin.

The study concluded that high doses of the vitamin should not be taken.

However, doctors associated with the prostate cancer trial said there were several problems with the analysis, which was presented at the American Heart Association's Annual Scientific Sessions in New Orleans and published online in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

First, it was a backward-looking analysis that combined numerous trials with different types of patients, including many who already had chronic ailments such as heart disease, said Eric Klein, national coordinator of the prostate cancer trial and head of urologic oncology and professor of surgery at the Cleveland Clinic.

"Most of the trials didn't look at healthy populations," Klein said. "SELECT is all healthy men. We don't think they are comparable."

In addition, many of the deaths were from just two trials involving doses of vitamin E of 500 IU or more, Klein said.

In the prostate trial, the dose is 400 IU of vitamin E and 200 micrograms of selenium.

Klein said the vitamin E story ran in papers all over the country and had caused worries among many prostate cancer trial participants. The prostate trial is being conducted in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.

However, he said the prostate trial has its own safety committee of independent doctors who continually monitor the trial for adverse effects. The committee met last month and found no cause for concern, Klein said.

"We don't believe the report should cause any alarm in participants of SELECT," he said.

 

Christians and Karl Rove hold no monopoly on values

The Seattle Times: Opinion: Christians and Karl Rove hold no monopoly on values
"By Floyd J. McKay
Special to The Times

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Americans have been voting their moral values since George Washington.

So why the furor among the chattering classes about "moral values" in the 2004 election? Two things, in my opinion:

First, when a candidate stresses moral values in every speech, every television commercial, every day for a year, it should be no surprise that when voters are asked why they voted for him, they will reply "moral values." If George W. Bush had put as much effort into "eat your spinach," some people would have given that reason for supporting the president.

Second, Republican strategists began in 2000 and continued in 2004 a skillful effort to equate moral values to Christian values, and within that category to mean conservative Christianity, largely of the evangelical brand.

The Republican Party captured the Cross in 2000 and the Flag on 9/11, two of the three classic American values — the third, Mom's Apple Pie, is now available at Wal-Mart. It's a miracle that Democrats got 48 percent and basically held the territory they won in 2000.

My fellow pundits, not to mention Democratic strategists, are recommending a "come to Jesus" campaign on the part of the outflanked Democrats.

But moral values and Christianity are not necessarily the same thing. Surely, other religions believe they have moral values, and surely the unchurched in this country have moral values. History tells us that man's inhumanity to man has frequently flown the banner of God. Ancestors of those who kill today in the name of Islam were several centuries ago killed in the name of Christianity.

Christianity has seen times of intolerance: the Inquisition and the Crusades, among others. Islam has been a religion of violence for much of its history, and today is endangered by its zealots. Ultra-Orthodox Jews have turned a tolerant and much-admired Israel into a military bastion that answers to no international force or pressure. Hindu extremists have slaughtered Muslims in India.

All of these movements proceeded in the name of God. All gained power because clever politicians found "the base," and ultimately the base passed into the wrong hands.

In our nation, "the base" is the property of Karl Rove and associates, who understand the passions, prejudices and needs of millions of Americans who feel left out of and offended by the social revolutions of the past 30 years.

In Bush, they found a perfect messenger, a man without a past who had a life-changing Christian conversion and turned from a failed businessman and drinker into a career politician with remarkable gifts.

Detractors scorned Bush's malapropisms, but he connected with people in the manner of Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton.

Bush combined the strengths of his party's two seminal politicians, Reagan and Richard Nixon. He had Reagan's common touch and Nixon's ruthlessness.

The common touch was available for all to see, thanks to television.

The ruthlessness was employed by Rove and others, as they demonized opponents for lacking "moral values." Morality, a quality found in Christians, Jews, Muslims and others, became synonymous with conservative Christianity and, by extension, Republicans.

Democrats cannot attempt to out-evangelize Republicans, playing Billy Sunday to the GOP's Elmer Gantry. It won't work and it shouldn't work.

The problem with equating "moral values" and Christianity — or any other religion — is that movements based on one set of religious tenets will inevitably drive toward the extreme. That is, those who have felt the faith will attempt to expel apostates or convert those outside the fold. The faith test becomes ever more strict, expelling moderates and rewarding zealots.

Morality is found within the heart and soul of each human being, and is not equated with any one religious faith. Mahatma Ghandi and Martin Luther King Jr. were of different faiths, but their moral vision changed the world. Great good and great evil have proceeded in the names of popes and ayatollahs.

The task for Democrats is to do well by doing good, particularly at the state and local levels, and to prevent the irresponsible exercise of power by a national establishment now in the hands of one party. It is not to conduct a revival meeting.

Republicans who seek to succeed Bush must now pass a litmus test of religious faith or risk losing "the base." Bush was unique in his ability and willingness to place his personal faith on public display. Would-be imitators of either party do so at considerable risk.

The race to be most pious ultimately moves a nation to extremism, a path all of us should hope to avoid. "

========amen brother===========

 

MORE ON THE NEW BUSH AGENDA

Odd and scary things are happening. Since Bush has be re-elected, or should I say, allegedly elected, we've seen publishers of textbooks in Texas forced to change the content, such as removing references to contraception devices and to stressing abstinence. We've seen the textbook publishers be forced to change the definition of marriage to be specifically, a "man and a woman", not just two people who live in a committed relationship. We've seen a fighter plane strafe a school with live ammo in New Jersey, and we've started seeing administration personnel leave the White House. We've seen Ashcroft, as a parting shot, attack federal judges because they would DARE to question Bush, and his odd tactics.

We've seen serious questions arise about possible improper preferential treatment of Merck with regard to Vioxx, by the FDA, and most recently, the FDA dismissed a vocal critic, who happens to be an acknowledged critic of COX-2 inhibitor drugs, such as Bextra and Vioxx.

We know that Bush has refused to answer simple questions about the relationship between himself and Ken Lay of ENRON.

So, all this is developing as I write this. The question of course is this. What can we expect from four more years of the Bush Reich?

We will see more of the same. In the first four years, or as I like to call it, "The First Infection", RESIDENT George Bush (I shall from now on call him Resident, because he lives at 1600 Pennsylvania Drive, but, he is not my PRESIDENT, only a RESIDENT), we saw 9/11, we saw the passage of the Patriot Act, we saw the deficit climb to unprecedented highs, we saw unprecedented job losses, he started a war with a preemptive strike on a country that had not attacked us, we saw a convicted FELON, put in charge of a giant program to try to turn citizens into snitches to turn in their fellow citizens, and the establishement of a giant network to keep tabs on everyone (Total Information Awareness, Terror Information Awareness...then renamed...The Beast..
http://www.uncoveror.com/beast.htm ).

So, what can we expect from "The Second Infection"...i.e. the second term of RESIDENT George Bush?

We can expect certain agendas to be promoted. One, we will see an increase in this "faith based" crap. Faith based apparently , is this NewSpeak term for religious. By that, I mean that we can expect to see more money flowig to "faith based initiatives"...hey, the Religious Right played a big part in the "Election" in 2004 , of RESIDENT George Bush, so paybacks will be exptected.

We can expect our personal rights and liberties to be further attacked for the whole of the next four years.

We can also, reasonably expect more WAR. And, yes, during the next four years, I believe we will see the reinstatement of the military draft and involuntary conscription.

For BUSHY, (RESIDENT BUSH), citizens really are just those little green plastic toy soliders we used to play with as children.
People are functionaries to be expended in his "Christian Jihad" against the Moslem world.

Bush is fighting the fire of terrorism, with gasoline. He is making the world catch ablaze with his personal agenda to establish himself as a "war president".

We can expect to see more attacks on file trading, P2P networks. We can expect to see the DOJ become more and more involved in pursuing those alleged to be guilty of "piracy", which is NOT piracy, but merely alleged copyright infringement.

We can also look forward to more and more of the alienation of the United States from the rest of the world.

No country wants to just funnel their precious young people down the fiery chute that leads to an ignominous death in a dirt covered foreign country.

What can we do to oppose that. Well, I don't really know.

You can allegedly thank your neighbor for this. After all, if around one out of two voters voted for Resident Bush, and you didn't vote for him, your neighbor probably did.

~Code"

 

Ashcroft condemns rulings against terror strategy

MercuryNews.com | 11/13/2004 | Ashcroft condemns rulings against terror strategy

WASHINGTON - Outgoing Attorney General John Ashcroft said Friday that ``dangerous and constitutionally questionable'' rulings by federal judges that challenge the president's powers in wartime are jeopardizing national security.

Ashcroft's Justice Department has been dealt a string of court defeats in recent months calling into question the administration's anti-terrorism strategies. In a speech before the conservative Federalist Society on Friday, he called the trend ``profoundly disturbing.''

``The danger I see here is that intrusive judicial oversight and second-guessing of presidential determinations in these critical areas can put at risk the very security of our nation in a time of war,'' Ashcroft said.

``Our nation and our liberty will be all the more in jeopardy as the tendency for judicial encroachment and ideological micromanagement are applied to the sensitive domain of national defense,'' he said.

The combative remarks were Ashcroft's first since the White House announced Tuesday that he is stepping down. President Bush has nominated White House counsel Alberto Gonzales to succeed him.

Late Friday, Anthony Romero, the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union, called on the Bush administration and Gonzales to renounce Ashcroft's remarks, which he said showed ``clear disdain for the rule of law.''

Ashcroft's comments were not the first time he has attacked those who have questioned the administration's counterterrorism initiatives.

In testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee soon after the Sept. 11 attacks, he issued a warning that became a defining moment in his tenure: ``To those who scare peace-loving people with phantoms of lost liberty, my message is this: Your tactics only aid terrorists.''

Ashcroft also mocked librarians who worried about the government's use of the Patriot Act to obtain reading records, calling them ``hysterical.'' Facing tough questions from the commission that was investigating the Sept. 11 attacks, he lashed out at one of the commissioners, declassifying a potentially embarrassing memo she had written a decade earlier.

When Ashcroft resigned, he struck a mission-accomplished tone for his tenure, claiming Americans' safety had been achieved. He reiterated Friday that there had not been an attack in the more than three years since Sept. 11, 2001. But there have been few courtroom victories for him to point to on the terrorism front.

The most recent court setback was a federal judge's ruling Monday halting the military commission trial of Osama bin Laden's driver, Salim Ahmed Hamdan. U.S. District Judge James Robertson rejected the Bush administration's blanket decision to deny prisoner-of-war status to detainees at the Guantánamo Bay U.S. naval base, in Cuba.

The Justice Department has pledged to appeal the ruling, which raises larger questions about the military legal framework the administration crafted to try terrorism suspects captured around the globe since the Sept. 11 attacks.

 

ABC News: Ashcroft Condemns Judges Who Question Bush

ABC News: Ashcroft Condemns Judges Who Question Bush
Federal judges are jeopardizing national security by issuing rulings contradictory to President Bush's decisions on America's obligations under international treaties and agreements, Attorney General John Ashcroft said Friday.

In his first remarks since his resignation was announced Tuesday, Ashcroft forcefully denounced what he called "a profoundly disturbing trend" among some judges to interfere in the president's constitutional authority to make decisions during war.

"The danger I see here is that intrusive judicial oversight and second-guessing of presidential determinations in these critical areas can put at risk the very security of our nation in a time of war," Ashcroft said in a speech to the Federalist Society, a conservative lawyers group.

The Justice Department announced this week it would seek to overturn a ruling by U.S. District Judge James Robertson in the case of Salim Ahmed Hamdan, who the government contends was Osama bin Laden's driver.


 

MercuryNews.com | 11/13/2004 | Ashcroft condemns rulings against terror strategy

MercuryNews.com | 11/13/2004 | Ashcroft condemns rulings against terror strategy
Ashcroft condemns rulings against terror strategy

By Shannon McCaffrey

Knight Ridder


WASHINGTON - Outgoing Attorney General John Ashcroft said Friday that ``dangerous and constitutionally questionable'' rulings by federal judges that challenge the president's powers in wartime are jeopardizing national security.

Ashcroft's Justice Department has been dealt a string of court defeats in recent months calling into question the administration's anti-terrorism strategies. In a speech before the conservative Federalist Society on Friday, he called the trend ``profoundly disturbing.''

``The danger I see here is that intrusive judicial oversight and second-guessing of presidential determinations in these critical areas can put at risk the very security of our nation in a time of war,'' Ashcroft said.

``Our nation and our liberty will be all the more in jeopardy as the tendency for judicial encroachment and ideological micromanagement are applied to the sensitive domain of national defense,'' he said.

The combative remarks were Ashcroft's first since the White House announced Tuesday that he is stepping down. President Bush has nominated White House counsel Alberto Gonzales to succeed him.

Late Friday, Anthony Romero, the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union, called on the Bush administration and Gonzales to renounce Ashcroft's remarks, which he said showed ``clear disdain for the rule of law.''

Ashcroft's comments were not the first time he has attacked those who have questioned the administration's counterterrorism initiatives.

In testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee soon after the Sept. 11 attacks, he issued a warning that became a defining moment in his tenure: ``To those who scare peace-loving people with phantoms of lost liberty, my message is this: Your tactics only aid terrorists.''

Ashcroft also mocked librarians who worried about the government's use of the Patriot Act to obtain reading records, calling them ``hysterical.'' Facing tough questions from the commission that was investigating the Sept. 11 attacks, he lashed out at one of the commissioners, declassifying a potentially embarrassing memo she had written a decade earlier.

When Ashcroft resigned, he struck a mission-accomplished tone for his tenure, claiming Americans' safety had been achieved. He reiterated Friday that there had not been an attack in the more than three years since Sept. 11, 2001. But there have been few courtroom victories for him to point to on the terrorism front.

The most recent court setback was a federal judge's ruling Monday halting the military commission trial of Osama bin Laden's driver, Salim Ahmed Hamdan. U.S. District Judge James Robertson rejected the Bush administration's blanket decision to deny prisoner-of-war status to detainees at the Guantánamo Bay U.S. naval base, in Cuba.

The Justice Department has pledged to appeal the ruling, which raises larger questions about the military legal framework the administration crafted to try terrorism suspects captured around the globe since the Sept. 11 attacks.

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