Thursday, September 30, 2004

President Kerry!!!

The first debate tonite gave us a glimpse at what a horrible and assinine person the village idiot is. He looked sleazy, couldn't form a coherent sentence and repeated the same line of bullshit over and over.
What a disgrace the idiot and his supporters have been to this great country.
Indict, prosecute and convict are in the near future for the Bush Crime Family. And we the progressive, liberal Democrats must see that it happens.

Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Fight to Survive.

Attention need to be given to this blog. It is an eyewitness account of the Iraq situation by the heroes planted there by the republiscum ilk and their crime family.
What is interesting , is that, these soldiers get hate mail, from republiscum I'm sure, to quit whining. Those assholes need to be rounded up and put in a foxhole to replace soldiers who have been there way to long in the first place.
Hang in there, soldiers.....change is on the way!!

Colorado Secretary of State reveals her Filth

Colorado Secretary of State, Donetta Davidson, a filthy republiscum, will attempt to dienfranchise voters by not counting all votes on provisional ballots. Yet, again, we have here another example of how desperate the reich-wing is.
I'm sure this is a concerted activity with the spineless Governor, Mr. Bill, in order to deliver more votes to the village idiot.
Law and justice means nothing to these bottom-feeders and the gavel of justice must be hammered down hard to send a clear message that, We the People, will not tolerate this type of discrimination any longer.

The Freeway Blogger Offer

The Freeway Blogger has an offer for people in Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona and the offer expires on October 15.
Basically, he will put up 3 signs to your 1, a great idea....such a great idea that, I went out last night and early this morning and put up 2 of my own. I did this to catch the republicscum heading to work in Denver from cities in northern Colorado.
I had so much fun, in fact, I asked some union brothers to put one on the mast of a 150' crane that is next to a major highway in Denver. Hopefully, there are some republiscum cultists having a bad day today.

Tuesday, September 28, 2004

Open the Mics

The site, Open the Mics, has permission to offer the documentary, 'OutFoxed' for downloading, free of charge.
The Center for American Progress has a short description, also.
I recommend this video, as it, brings forth the lies and deception of the republiscum cult and how it could regressively affect America for decades. Losing control of the media, a right-wing idealogue, is akin to the 1930's and 1940's in Nazi Germany. This film is sure to effect the free-thinking progressive mind, in a way, that solidifies the need for regulation of corporate America.

A Failed pResidency

Here is an editorial from The Nation, that is a great overview of the policies of the idiot resident.
The Nation features some of the best editorials found on the web and they are always sourced. They make great research articles for those who are open to education.

A Failed Presidency

A s Republicans gather in New York City, the Bush campaign will undergo a drastic makeover, camouflaging gutter tactics with a veneer of moderation calculated to help the President win another four-year term. But the hard truth of this campaign is that George W. Bush, while attempting to impose an extremist right-wing agenda on this country and the world, has compiled a record of staggering failure.

The debacle in Iraq has already claimed close to 1,000 American and 12,000 Iraqi lives. Far from making America safer or the Middle East more democratic, it has turned out to be what this magazine warned it would be: a reckless abuse of power that has damaged US security, destabilized the region and undercut America's position in the world. The high cost of the war is evident not just in the number of deaths but also in burgeoning federal budget deficits (the war has cost more than $125 billion) and in the record gasoline prices Americans now pay. It is also evident in the reported swelling of the ranks of Al Qaeda-inspired groups and in the rising hatred of America reflected in public opinion polls showing that even among traditional allies like Jordan and Egypt, as much as 95 percent of the population view the United States with disfavor. Meanwhile, the war has diverted resources from urgent international problems ranging from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to the widening AIDS pandemic.

And there's no end in sight. The US occupation grinds on with both Bush and his Democratic opponent, John Kerry, ignoring the only intelligent alternative: a phased US withdrawal. Iraqi opposition to the occupation remains fierce--expressed even by Iraqi soccer players at the Olympics--while the country's appointed leaders display authoritarian tendencies that undermine the democracy Bush and his aides claim is being built.

If the war were Bush's only failure, it would be enough to require his departure. But it is not. By withdrawing the United States from international treaties and conventions, mishandling crises in the Middle East and North Korea and diverting resources from the pursuit of Al Qaeda, Bush has left America more isolated and less secure. And the detention camps made infamous by the crimes of Abu Ghraib have stripped America of the pride we once had in our country and the role it played, however imperfectly, as a champion of human rights, economic opportunity and the rule of law.

At home, Bush's failures are equally manifest. He has amassed the worst jobs record of any President since the Great Depression, the worst budget deficits ever and the most precipitous decline in America's fiscal position--from $5 trillion in projected surplus to $4 trillion in projected deficit. Bush's Administration responds to a corporate crime wave with calls for less regulation, embraces the flight of jobs abroad as good for the economy and exacerbates, with top-end tax cuts, the greatest inequality since the Gilded Age.

This Administration has also undermined the rights and policies that social movements labored for a century to achieve. Bush has nominated to the federal bench ideologues with a history of antiunion and antichoice decisions. He signed into law the blatantly unconstitutional "partial birth" abortion ban and then watched as his Attorney General sought access to women's private medical records to defend the ban in court. He imposed the policy known as the global gag rule, which forbids foreign groups receiving US aid from even mentioning abortion, and vastly expanded a misinformation campaign about the dangers of sex that has been shown to encourage risky behavior among young people. And to secure his place forever in the hearts of cultural conservatives, he endorsed the gay-baiting federal marriage amendment, framing it as a response to the activism of liberal judges rather than what it was: an attempt to deny civil rights to millions of Americans and to enshrine that discrimination in the Constitution. Civil liberties, too, have suffered, as the "war on terror" has been used to justify acts ranging from detention without trial to snooping into citizens' library records.

The list of failures goes on. The Bush years have seen a steady increase in the number of Americans without healthcare while drug company profits have soared. Bush's prescription drug bill prohibits Medicare from negotiating a better price for seniors and bars importing cheaper drugs--with the result that older Americans will end up paying more for prescription drugs. Bush's vaunted No Child Left Behind education law actually leaves most children behind. Not only has the law earned the ire of educators; Bush's failure to provide promised funding for his "reforms" has prompted rebuke even from Republican state legislatures from Utah to Virginia. Bush also broke his promise to increase the amount of money eligible students could receive in college scholarship grants, even as soaring tuition puts college out of reach for ever more families. His postelection budget calls for yet more cuts to education funding. The Bush Administration has also failed to protect the environment, giving us new laws written by polluters, oil lobbyists and Enron executives. And it has politicized and distorted basic scientific and medical research.

But this President does not admit error. When asked at a press conference whether he had ever made a mistake in office, he couldn't think of one.

If Bush wins in November, given this record of misfeasance, American democracy is in much greater trouble than even the most alienated citizens imagine. A President so out of step with the needs of Americans can only rule by sowing division and fear. Americans have one recourse: to ignore the costume ball in New York City and fire the worst President in modern history on November 2.

Why We Cannot Win...Another Soldier's View

Another scathing report of the problems in Iraq are outlined here in a soldier's words. A very good assessment of the idiocy of the coward of Crawdad and his republiscum clowns.
The only problem is, the soldier, Al Lorentz, nails this so accurately that, the coward and his den of clowns may be laying the foundation for prosecuting this soldier for telling the truth.
Telling the truth....being credible.....something we will never see from the illegitimate regime currently squatting in America's home.

Monday, September 27, 2004

Middle Class Tax Cut is a Myth

"The ["middle-class" tax-cut legislation that the House and Senate approved September 22] is not the middle-class package it is portrayed as being. . . . Data from the Urban Institute-Brookings Institution Tax Policy Center show that the families in the middle of the income scale � those in the middle 20 percent of the income distribution � will receive an average tax cut of $162 in 2005 from this legislation. By contrast, those in the top fifth will get an average tax cut of $1,317, and those in the $200,000 - $500,000 income range will get an average tax cut of $2,390. More than two-thirds of the tax cut � 70 percent of it � will go to those in the top fifth. Some 47 percent of the tax cut will go to those in the top tenth of the income spectrum. But families in the middle 20 percent of the income scale will get only 9 percent of the bill's tax cuts." ("New "Middle-Class" Tax-Cut Represents Cynical Policymaking," Robert Greenstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Sept. 24, 2004) more here:

Now you didn't think you were going to get a real tax cut, did you?? Hell, my first tax cut cost me $60 more per week. This charade reminds me of the one that recently deceased ex-pres, Reagan, handed out in the '80's, right before he crashed the economy in '86.

Good news, though, change is on the way.

Sunday, September 26, 2004

UN General Assembly Shuns Bush Rhetoric

The giggling idiot gave a white-washed speech to the UN General Assembly and got a lot of deafening silence for his effort. And effort it was.
If you listened to the drivel by this moronic and idiotic fool, you could tell that his prepared statement had notations that read, " pause for applause". All the coward from Crawdad received was a cough or two.
Reporters and spokesmen from around the world are not fooled by this idiot's charade like, the sheeple of America who have no ability to research and think for themselves.
This was a great day for freedom loving Americans. The world shuns this idiotic symbol of freedom and, portrays him as he is, a simpleton without a clue, a rich kid with a drug and alcohol fried brain led around by a nose ring and attached to strings to carry out the wishes of the New American Century, and a war-mongering coward from the backwoods of the Texas wasteland.

Thursday, September 23, 2004

A Soldier's View of Iraq Policy

Here is another site that offers perspective from someone who KNOWS!! The spin from both parties can, and will, never overrule what these brave souls have experienced. Check it out and see how they feel. Watch the video presentations of a soldier's life in dreary.
Republican scum should be prepared to face the facts of a failed Regime. Wake up, scum!!!

Five Reasons to Vote

I was notified about this site that, when you become a member and register people to vote, you earn free music downloads. They have a list of some good tunes, too.

Here are their top 5 reasons to vote:
05. Education

The current administration severely underfunds its own education plan. This administration's budget contains $9.4 billion less than the $34 billion needed by the states to comply with NCLB. A recent report prepared by the House Appropriations Committee predicts further underfunding in future budgets – $1.9 billion in 2006 increasing to $4.6 billion by FY2009. These cuts will result in drastic cuts in services, including support services for teachers.

04. Environment

The "Clear Skies" initiative is designed to amend the Clean Air Act, but will actually undermine efforts to produce cleaner air. As NRDC reports," compared to current law, the Clear Skies plan would allow three times more toxic mercury emissions, 50 percent more sulfur emissions, and hundreds of thousands more tons of smog-forming nitrogen oxides."

03. Health Care

Nearly 13 million young adults age 19-29 have no health insurance. Between 2000 and 2002, more than two million Americans age 19-29 lost their health coverage.
Two million losing coverage in two years, That's more than 2,700 every day. Adding up to more than 13 million 19-29 year olds nationwide who have no health care. The long and short of it: If you are young, you are twice as likely to have no insurance.

02. Economy

Millions of Americans remain out of work, underemployed and underpaid. With few new jobs being created, and the pay for new jobs well below the average pay of those jobs lost over the past few years, millions of middle-class workers face a real economic squeeze and a declining standard of living.

All the sunny rhetoric in the world can't hide the facts: the U.S. economy is simply not creating new jobs at the rate necessary to make up for millions of lost jobs over the last four years or even at a pace required just to keep up with population changes.

01. National Security

We are not safe. This chilling conclusion from the Commission should come as no surprise given this administration's choices since September 11. The White House's war in Iraq – which has taken too many lives and drained nearly $150 billion American tax dollars – has overshadowed our successful effort to topple the Taliban and disrupt al Qaeda in Afghanistan. Now, al Qaeda is regrouping, new terrorist threats are emerging in Iraq, and holes in homeland security – particularly ports, industrial plants, and borders – remain unplugged. We are not safe because the administration has made the wrong choices on terrorism.



Salon's war correspondent on the Iraq inferno.

Editor's note: Salon correspondent Phillip Robertson has spent five months covering the war in Iraq. As the presidential campaign finally focuses on the war, Robertson offers this assessment of the grim situation there.

By Phillip Robertson

09/23/04 "Salon" -- BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Three years after the attacks on the World Trade Center, attacks in which they played no part, the people of Iraq have been liberated from one tyranny only to be remanded to another: continuous urban warfare, religious extremism and a contagion of fear. The celebrated hand of the free market in Iraq has brought not only cellphones and satellite TV, it has also brought down prices for automatic weapons, making them affordable to the average Iraqi. The last time I checked, a rocket-propelled grenade launcher cost about $250.

In his address to the United Nations on Tuesday, President Bush told a subdued General Assembly, "Today, the Iraqi and Afghan people are on the path to democracy and freedom. The governments that are rising will pose no threat to others. Instead of harboring terrorists, they're fighting terrorist groups. And this progress is good for the long-term security of us all." The words of the president ring hollow.

It is words to this effect that Iraq interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawi will likely echo during his visit to the White House Thursday. More here:

An excellent, eye witness account of the continued failure of the village idiot and his den of clowns.
Continue your support for this occupation republican scumbags, your ignorant facade of the truth becomes more evident and the progressive Americans will bring it down on your hollow heads.

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Ask the White House...and they Run.

An online chat room with members of the Bush Regime yesterday was suddenly ended after 12 questions were asked. Why??
The questions were too harsh and the spineless republicans wouldn't answer them.
Seems the questions were too aggressive and they had to run to, yet again, avoid addressing the corruption of this regime.
Not surprising....this illegitimate regime hasn't made one statement about any of the pertinent issues that face America today......they don't have any answers.
And their desperation climbs higher and higher..........

A Day in the Life of Joe Republican

I received this little gem in an email from a police officer friend of mine. This explains it all so well that, I am sure there will be the typical denial by the pond-scum on the right.


Joe gets up at 6 a.m. and fills his coffeepot with water for his morning coffee. The water is clean and good because some tree-hugging commie liberal fought for minimum water-quality standards.

With his first swallow of coffee, Joe takes his daily medications His medications are safe to take because some evil lefty bomb-throwers fought to insure their safety and that they work as advertised.

All but $10 of Joe's medications are paid for by his employer's medical plan because some fire-breathing lazy ass union workers fought their employers for paid medical insurance - now Joe gets it too. Never would he turn it

He prepares his morning breakfast, bacon and eggs. Joe's bacon is safe to eat because some girly-man liberal fought for laws to regulate the meat packing industry.

In his morning shower, Joe reaches for his shampoo. His bottle is properly labeled with each ingredient and its amount in the total contents because some crybaby liberal fought for his right to know what he was putting
on his body and how much it contained.

Joe dresses, walks outside and takes a deep breath. The air he breathes is healthy because some environmentalist wacko troublemaking militant fought for laws to stop industries from polluting our air.

Then Joe walks to the subway station for his government-subsidized ride to work. It saves him considerable money in parking and transportation fees because some fancy-pants limp-wristed freethinkng asshole fought for affordable
public transportation, which gives everyone the opportunity to be a contributor.

Joe begins his work day. He has a good job with excellent pay, medical benefits, retirement, paid holidays and vacation because some fire-breathing Viet Cong-loving union members fought and died for these working

Joe's employer pays these high standards because Joe's employer doesn't want his employees to call the union in. So Joe benefits from what others have gained.

If Joe is hurt on the job or becomes unemployed, he'll get a workers compensation or unemployment check because some stupid pinko troublemakers didn't think Joe should lose his home because of a temporary misfortune.

At noontime Joe needs to make a bank deposit so he can pay some bills. Joe's deposit is federally insured by the FSLIC because some godless liberal red wanted to protect Joe's money from unscrupulous bankers who ruined the
banking system before the Great Depression. He can thank that Stalinist Franklin D. Roosevelt for that.

Joe has to pay his Fannie Mae-underwritten mortgage and his below-market federal student loan because some elitist pointy-headed liberal decided that Joe and the whole society would be better off if he was educated and earned more money over his lifetime. That's okay, but the bastards tricked him because he has to pay taxes. Bush will fix that, he tells himself.

Joe gets home from work. He plans to visit his father this evening at his farm home in the country. He gets in his car for the drive. His car is among the safest in the world because some America-hating liberal fought for car safety

He arrives at his boyhood home. His was the third generation to live in the house financed by Farmers' Home Administration because bankers didn't want to make rural loans. The house didn't have electricity until some
big-government New Deal Stalinist liberal stuck his nose where it didn't belong and demanded rural electrification.

Joe is happy to see his father, who is now retired. His father lives on Social Security and a union pension because some wine-drinking, cheese-eating Marxist made sure he could take care of himself so Joe wouldn't have to.

Joe gets back in his car for the ride home, and turns on a radio talk show. The radio host keeps saying that liberals are bad and conservatives are good. He doesn't mention that over the decades the beloved Republicans have fought to defeat every protection and benefit Joe enjoys throughout his day.

Joe agrees with the talk-radio loudmouth: "We don't need those big-government liberals ruining our lives! After all, I'm a self-made man and a good Republican and I believe all Americans should take care of themselves, just like I

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Canadian Drugs Unsafe

Well, to defend his corporate pals, the coward from Crawdad once again tries to legitimize his ban of cheaper, US made prescription drugs. His drivel is baseless, as you will see in the article, and his credibility is shot, at least, to those of us who know how to think and reason logically.
This issue is, probably, the most blatant and visible of corporate cronyism that the village idiot and his republican scum have perpetrated on the American public. Soon, the long fall of the republican party will accelerate then, we can get another, more progressive party and ban the republican scum from the political process. Illegalize regressive regimes and the scum they consist of. What a wonderful country it would be!!

Sunday, September 19, 2004

Vote for Bush...Get Drafted.

I always suspected this would happen. There were just too many signs of things gone wrong in the U.S.Armed Forces. At Fort Carson, Colorado, soldiers are threatened with an immediate trip to Iraq if they do not re-enlist. Young men on leave from duty in the Middle East have told me that Iraq is almost a guaranteed death sentence and that nothing is going right over there.
We get misinformation from the media (on the Bush Crime Family's orders, I'm sure) that list so many soldiers dead and this many wounded. The actual tally of wounded is about 10,000 soldiers greater than the regime leaders want you to know. They just change what injury qualifies as a casualty.
If you are 18-34 years of age, have any work experience, you are going to be drafted. Count on it. No deferments, no favors and no hope. You will, ultimately, be in the hands of an incompetent coward who, could not fulfill his duty to the United States. And you want to vote for a lying scumbag named George Bush??
Remember when you vote to vote the right way...your life may depend on it.

Friday, September 17, 2004

Republican Dad is Phoney

Remember this little girl?? It seems as if her father has a history of these types of fraudulent scams.
Read the article by Truthout and you will see what is going on here. I think this republican scum should be investigated by Social Services. He is definitely a half sandwich short of a picnic.

The Price of Labor's Decline

Here is a great article that spells out the need for organized labor. Most people today have no clue about the benefits of being a union member, or that, the benefits they enjoy today are the result of lobbying by union members.
I believe the decline is close to over, unless, this current appointed regime is re-selected then, all workers America will be suffering the effects of walmartization of the economy. What we in labor need is a growing number of hungry and destitute workers to wake up the majority of those who take the history of labor for granted.

Thursday, September 16, 2004

Schwarzenegger for President?

Once again the scum on the right republicans show their disdain for our Constitution. First, we have a worthless piece of scum named Marilyn Musgrave who, has proposed a federal marriage amendment. Essentially, all she advocates is the amending of the Constitution to include hate and discrimination with this worthless and waste of time proposal. Happily, being from my district in Colorado, her support from farmers has dwindled and it looks as if her days are numbered.
Now, we have another piece of scum, breaking off the bottom of the fish bowl, named Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, who wants to amend the Constitution to allow foreign citizens a shot at the Presidency. Yet, another stupid idea from stupid bottom feeders called republicans.
These ilk on the right need to be shoved out, permanently. Right now, we need to keep the issues of the right on the forefront and demonstrate the disrespect they have for the Constitution.
One of the reasons the republicans despise the Constitution, is that, they didn't defend it! I guess to be a republican politician one must look for a way out of serving in the Armed Forces using feeble excuses.
Hey republican.....leave my country's Constitution alone!!

Bush Continues to Lie

George 'the coward from Crawdad' Bush, spent some time in Minnesota, lying about the Kerry health plan. The problem is, Bush doesn't have a viable plan and Kerry does. Bush's medical savings account plan is the most ridiculous of ideas and leaves out the low and lower-middle class working families.
Senator Kerry's plan is reasonable and logical, something you will never see in right field. In this plan, prescription drugs could be purchased from Canada. This is what the republicans and their corporate pals are worried about the most; a free enterprise market that allows the people to search for lower prices versus the republican-backed extortion of America's working poor.
Bush wants to set limits on malpractice awards while Kerry will make it necessary for a specialist to determine if there is a reasonable cause to pursue malpractice litigation.
But the biggest farce of all, is that, Bush continues to harp about John Edwards, the next vice President, making millions by being a trial lawyer. Who does Bush have?? And Bush has made millions setting on his ass, not ever having a job in his life that he could call successful: a person with no ethics or morals who must use smear to keep the eye off him.
It won't work, Dumbya, your past is coming back to expose you for the fraud that you are.

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

$50,000 Reward

The group of Texas Air National Guard veterans, Texans for Truth, is offering a reward for any information that shows George, the village idiot, Bush completed his military obligation. This could be interesting.
The offer expires September 30 so, all you believers out there better get your information to these folks. Hurry, Karl Rove is running out of options, he isn't going to be able to bail the coward out of this one.

To Whom it May Concern...A Soldier's Wish

When a soldier communicates to his mother and sister before his death, "Dont vote for Bush", it makes one wonder what was going on in Iraq that made him feel that way. We may never know.
The republican squatters are not going to tell us.
The right-wing media is going to ignore it.
But Sergeant Ryan Campbell will tell us through his sister that the policy of this illegitimate regime, squatting on our property in Washinton D.C., is indeed a failure of monumental proportion.
This soldier knew......and he knew before he died that he had been lied to.

Hell has a special place for the Bush Regime and these low-life scum called republicans.

Monday, September 13, 2004

Bush Desertion Records Continue to Grow

We knew Bush was a deserter and coward but, not until today were we made more aware of just how wide that yellow stripe on his back was.
US News and World Report, a conservative rag, dug up some more info on the coward-in-chief and it shows his desertion is even larger than originally thought.
We should not allow spineless republicans to run wars unless they have time under fire...wait....that means we wouldn't have wars for corporate America!!! Better run with this one!!

Republican Terrorists Hunt Liberal Educators

Colorado, ranking way down the page economically thanks to the right-wing fools, has it's liberal, free-thinking professors under attack by the fascist republicans. Mr. Bill, our aldulterous governor, and his favorite right-wing idiot, John Andrews, are among a list of reich-wing terrorists looking to load public educational institutions with conservative, neo-conservative wackos.
Makes one want to think about utilizing the broken promise by the village idiot, Bush, and exercise your right under the Second Amendment. But, a reason we need not worry....who has ever heard of a conservative intellectual? Why would these fools want to lower the bar and quality of education by packing it with low or mediocre intellect with a conservative slant?

Check it out...a lot to read and it shows the extent of desperation by a failing ideologue.

Sunday, September 12, 2004

Remember Shoshana Johnson?

In the link above is a great article about how the republican scum is cutting veterans benefits while, increasing military spending.
Shoshana Johnson was in the convoy that Jessica Lynch was in. Ms. Johnson had to fight the Pentagon for benefits. Not a nice ordeal for a former POW that had been shot through the feet.
The republican party and it's followers need to be sent to Iraq and made to clean up their mess.
MoveOn says it best here.

The 14 Points of Fascism

I found a great site called The Project for the Old American Century, a site that critiques the neo-conservative site, The Project for the New American Century.
In the downloads section I found this piece on the 14 characteristics of a fascist regime. You need to look at this and compare it with what is going on in the World today.....I think you will find it very synonymous with the Bush Terrorist Regime.
Also, explore the site....there is a great deal of interesting and common sense articles and op-eds.
Have fun!!


Friday, September 10, 2004

The Christian Effect.

I can see why I don't like republicans now.

Flag Desecration Amendment

I have a tough time dealing with this issue. Nothing pisses me off more than seeing someone desecrate the American flag. Especially, if it is a foreigner. The link will take you to the People for the American Way (PFAW) sign up form to fax to your Senators to not make this a Constitution Amendment.
I am torn between my respect for our flag but, I am more concerned about the republican terrorists desecrating that sacred sheet of paper called the Constitution of the United States of America.
The real issue here, again, is the exploitation of the 9/11 attacks by the neo-conservative religious wackos to push more of their garbage through the House and Senate. We are a country that is in a critical time in our history yet, these pond scum republicans, these anti-American murderers are again, trying to amend the Constitution to further their backward-assed agenda.
Their continuous attempts to disassemble the rights in the Constitution should be rewarded with a long walk off a short pier attached to a 3/4 inch diameter tether made of hemp around their filthy necks.
All of these filthy bastards of the right-wing, their religious supporters and pundits need a hard dose of reality. Maybe if they were all given a rifle and sent to Iraq to replace the people they view as expendable they would find that their bible and god don't mean a hell of a lot when you have a one ounce piece of lead coming at you at 3000 feet per second. Do you think they could get their levatator ani from around their neck so the could remove their head?? I doubt it.
The point of my rant is, we have men and women dying today that believe in that sacred piece of paper called the Constitution. And here at home, we have a corrupt band of criminal squatters that want to shred it into oblivion.
We have more important issues to deal with, not that this is not an important one, that require that the time of our legislators not be wasted and burdened with the propagandist and anti-American regime, led by the Bush crime family.
I still don't know if I will sign it....but the Constitution is all we have to protect us from these filthy, pseudo-religious republicans.
I'll ponder this for a couple more days.

Iraqi Workers Resist Republican Ideals

I found this article, while doing some corporate research (I am a volunteer union organizer), that depicted what I envision in a Bush Regime's America. The Iraqis, being worked to death for little pay and no benefits, detest the Bush republican scheme of privitization of companies and find that Bush has something in common with Saddam. Bush and Saddam both hate unionized workers.
So what do these workers do??? They walk off the job, demand a raise, the employer tells them where to shove it so, these workers go home, get their AK-47's and form an armed picket line. They get a twenty-five cent a day raise. The Bush Regime, however, enforces this 'law' by arresting workers and categorizing them as prisoners of war.
This is a flip-flop by Bush who had said earlier that he didn't have a problem with workers being union and even supported the right to organize in Cuba.
Bush wouldn't and couldn't ever understand the necessity of unions. He has never worked for a 'low-wage republican employer'. He's a mammas boy who has never had a real job in his life. He has never, in his life, succeeded at anything on his own. He is still sucking the hind tit of the fraud that his great-grandfather and grandfather perpetrated on America by funding and becoming wealthy on the Nazi war machine.
If the Bush Regime continues to violate the rights of working American, he is going to see a rebellion like no other. The republican party, the anti-family/worker party, cannot and will not survive the backlash of those who rely on the wages, benefits and working conditions that are negotiated through a collective bargaining process, a process, that is the right of every working American.

Vote for Bush or Die

The Bush terrorists are at it, again. It was found that 80% of seniors favored the importation of cheaper drugs from countries that negotiated lower prices. But, being the corporate kiss-ass like all of the pond-scum in the republican party, it looks as if Bush called for a terror warning about none other than, poison-laced prescription drugs.
It is clear to the free-thinking folks that the sheeple of the right are so blind and mentally scrubbed that, we may need to use the idea of Michelle Malkin, another bottom-feeder from the right, and put these people in interrnment camps for a thorough mental reprogramming. At least, get them back to reality and teach them how to think for themselves. I pointed you to Malkin's rant about being made a fool of on the Chris Matthews show, Hardball.
I don't know if that would be possible but, we should give it a try.....we can't have these idiots walking around for too long.....brings down our standards and lowers our property values.....ever tried to sell a house after the right-wing wackos burned a cross in the front yard?? Neither have I and I don't want to find out, either.

Have a great day!!

Thursday, September 09, 2004

The Lies of Bush Begin to Surface

We don't need to wonder what an appointed head-of-state like Bush will do when a majority of a population asks him to represent a particular request. He has shown a history of contravention and, obeying a direct order from a superior officer would be no different.
The Bush Regime continues to place a dark patina on the colorful history of America. This illegitimate regime and the criminals in it's employ continue to cast a shadow on the strength of our democracy. The history of the Bush family calls into question if we must advocate another form of selection of our government's leaders. The Bush family has had a sordid past since the early 1900's and a family history of deceit and corruption that endures to this day.
We are now in a war that even Bush has said cannot be won, workers rights are deteriorating, health care is becoming obsolete and our job market is being sent to other countries.
If ever in the history of the United States, we the people needed a 'Boston Tea Party', it is now. This criminal regime and it's supporters must be held accountable to the highest degree.

Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Cheney threatens terror attack if Kerry elected.

Just when you thought that the lies, distortion and cowardice of the republican party couldn't get any worse, Dickless Cheney threatens all of us, the American public, with a terrorist attack. I wouldn't have been so concerned but, a book coming out soon by Michael C. Ruppert actually names Cheney as the lead architect of September 11, 2001. The text of Ruppert's speech can be read here.
These people occupying our government are a threat to the world and should be treated as such. If we have to wait until January to evict from the premises, so be it but, from now until then will be the most dangerous time for Americans in their own country. Consider the Bush/Cheney Regime as terrorists and watch your backs. Your life depends on it.

Cheney: Kerry Victory Is Risky
By Dana Milbank and Spencer S. Hsu
COLUMBIA, Mo., Sept. 7 -- Vice President Cheney warned on Tuesday that if John F. Kerry is elected, "the danger is that we'll get hit again" by terrorists, as the Bush campaign escalated a furious assault on the Democratic presidential nominee that has kept Kerry from gaining control of the election debate.
In Des Moines, Cheney went beyond previous restraints to suggest that the country would be more vulnerable to attack under Kerry. "It's absolutely essential that eight weeks from today, on November 2nd, we make the right choice, because if we make the wrong choice then the danger is that we'll get hit again," the vice president said, "that we'll be hit in a way that will be devastating from the standpoint of the United States, and that we'll fall back into the pre-9/11 mind-set, if you will, that in fact these terrorist attacks are just criminal acts and that we are not really at war."
In Missouri, meanwhile, President Bush seized on Kerry's statement Monday that Iraq was "the wrong war in the wrong place at the wrong time," noting that Kerry had borrowed the words of his former rival Howard Dean. Kerry "woke up yesterday morning with yet another new position, and this one is not even his own," Bush said to laughter from supporters during a three-city Missouri bus tour. ". . . He even used the same words Howard Dean did, back when he supposedly disagreed with him. No matter how many times Senator Kerry flip-flops, we were right to make America safer by removing Saddam Hussein from power."
The Kerry campaign called Cheney's allegation "un-American" and said Bush would not be able to "distract the American people" from problems in Iraq and with the U.S. economy. But in a tacit acknowledgment that Kerry has had difficulty presenting a convincing critique of Bush, Kerry aides are promising a major new front in Kerry's stepped-up attack on Bush's policies beginning Wednesday: a series of speeches laying out the administration's "miscalculations" in taking the nation to war in Iraq.
Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards, interviewed aboard his plane after leaving Ohio, said of Cheney's comments: "What he said was meant to scare voters, period. And it's completely contrary to what's in the best interest of the American people. . . . It was way over the top and I think un-American."
Cheney spokeswoman Anne Womack labeled that comment an "overreaction" and said Cheney "wasn't trying to connect the dots" between a Kerry victory and a terrorist attack. "Whoever is elected in November faces the prospect of another terrorist attack," she said. "The question is whether or not the right policies are in place to best protect our country. That's what the vice president was saying."
Because last week's Republican convention in New York left Bush with a lead in polls, Kerry has sought to turn election topics away from terrorism -- Bush's strongest issue -- and toward the economy and Bush's work on the Iraq war, topics on which the president is more vulnerable. But those efforts by Kerry, including a bid to raise the issue of "outsourcing" of U.S. jobs, have had mixed success because of a combination of Kerry's scattershot themes and the Bush campaign's strategy of parrying Iraq criticism by portraying Kerry as inconsistent.
Democratic partisans have been calling on Kerry to launch more pointed criticism of Bush, which Kerry has done since the GOP convention. But Kerry finds himself in a box on the Iraq war: Because he voted to authorize the use of force in Iraq, and has subsequently defended that vote, the Bush campaign has rebutted any criticism of the war by calling it a Kerry "flip-flop." Bush himself used that phrase for the first time in a speech in Lee's Summit, Mo.
While the Bush campaign has focused with a laser's intensity on the subject of terrorism, the Kerry campaign has sought to challenge Bush on multiple themes, often on the same day. On Tuesday, for example, the Kerry side began with a news release criticizing Bush on outsourcing.
"Because of George Bush's wrong choices, we're continuing to ship jobs overseas, jobs that have good wages and benefits," Kerry said during a forum on economic issues in Greensboro, N.C. "That's W: wrong choices, wrong direction -- and it's up to us to make it right."
The Democratic ticket also sent out a statement on health care, quotations from Kerry on the federal deficit and Medicare, new information about a Vietnam War veterans group's attacks on Kerry, and a contention that Republicans have been hypocritical in condemning trial lawyers. The campaign also hosted a conference call to criticize Bush's actions on intelligence gathering.
But Bush's charges that Kerry borrowed Dean's antiwar line soon had the Democrats on the defensive. By late morning, Kerry campaign spokesman Phil Singer issued a statement saying: "George Bush has made wrong choices in Iraq that have taken us in the wrong direction here at home. Those wrong choices have landed the country in a quagmire, costing us $200 billion and counting."
The Bush campaign, by contrast, quietly contacted reporters covering Kerry to rebut the outsourcing charges, while the president made a trio of appearances criticizing Kerry for vacillating on Iraq. The incumbent kept national and homeland security front and center.
Bush did not address the problems in Iraq: the failure to find weapons of mass destruction and the unrest that has led to the deaths of 1,000 U.S. troops. (A statement about the 1,000th death was presented in the middle of a Bush campaign speech here.) Instead, Bush emphasized flaws in Kerry's positions on Iraq.
"I think this country wants consistent, principled leadership," he said. "My opponent has now voted for the war and against supplying our troops. When he got on in the Democrat primary, he declared himself the antiwar candidate. More recently, he switched again." Seconds later, Bush derided Kerry's criticism of allies in Iraq as "coerced" and "bribed."
"It's also wrong for my opponent to denigrate the contributions of America's allies, who are standing side by side with our men and women in uniform risking their lives for freedom," he said.
The technique is similar on the economy. Bush did not directly discuss the net loss of about 900,000 jobs during his term, saying instead that "to create more jobs, we must stop the junk lawsuits that threaten small businesses." Bush did not provide details of his plan, instead shifting to criticism of Kerry on the issue. "I understand my opponent changes positions a lot, but for 20 years he's been one of the trial lawyers' most reliable allies in the Senate," he said.
In part, Kerry has been hurt by events beyond his control. The Republican message dominated news coverage last week, with Bush appearing on prime-time television for more than an hour to accept his party's renomination.
While Kerry has resumed a heavy schedule of campaign appearances, he has not conducted a news conference in more than five weeks. Unscripted events often make the news and, in contrast to Bush, play to Kerry's strength as a strong off-the-cuff speaker.
Staff writers Paul Farhi in Greensboro and Vanessa Williams in Chillicothe, Ohio, contributed to this report.

New Links

I am happy to say that I have received permission to post the links of several great links. Thousand Reasons, The Angry Liberal, Bush Lies 2 Us, Rocky Mountain Progressive Network and Nathan Newman. Nathan has a site that is of special interest to the union folks and people concerned with labor issues.
The Rocky Mountain Progressive Network is in my home state of Colorado and deals with all of the local issues and a tremendous amount of national ones, as well.
Please give them the attention they all deserve and I hope you come back and visit me sometime, too.....

Tuesday, September 07, 2004

Was Bush AWOL??

A lot of people refer to Bush as being AWOL from the Air National Guard. But was he?? No matter how hard it is for me to say this....he wasn't. No he wasn't AWOL...he was in a lower class than that.
He deserted in a time of war. He is a coward and a liar.
According to the UCMJ, any law officer in the United States can arrest and deliver to the military, a known deserter. Unless, of course, you have been appointed head of state, you can then write your own pardon.
And according to the UCMJ, the penalty for desertion in a time of war is death.
Even members of the unit Bush was to have served with have no recollection of him being there.
Why is the Bush desertion not being investigated by military personnel??

Monday, September 06, 2004


The New Hampshire Gazette has a list of chickenhawks in their database that shows who avoided military service. I have to wonder why are they all, or mostly all, republicans? One can assume that, not having any experience, these people can carry out their military occupations with impugnity not knowing what it takes to serve under hostile fire. In other words, are they thinking that they can be forgiven for their past cowardice by assuming they can serve at the top of the hierarchy leading our soldiers to imminent doom?
I, for one, am not fooled by their cowardice and pseudo-morality. They do not represent Americans and, their only purpose is to further their corporate goals. Only a fool could support these people.

Sunday, September 05, 2004

Speech by Michael C. Ruppert.

I am directing you to a link that is the text of a speech by author, Michael C. Ruppert. This speech outlines the history of corruption from Nixon to the present resident. It is in pdf format and is 54 pages worth of incredible history.
Mr. Ruppert will be releasing a book soon that names the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, or, Mr. Big.
I would tell you now but, this is too good a read to miss out on.

The Case for a Liberal's Militia

This being my first post I thought it necessary to address a grave concern facing all Americans today. The constant intimidation of voters by the Bush Regime and the possibility of the Christian-republican violation of American's constitutional rights during the election of 2004 elicits the need for free-thinking liberals to defend themselves from these religious fascists.
The article was written in 1995 and describes very accurately what is happening in our country today.
We only need to watch this regime in action to see that many of the activities of Hitler and the Nazis are being played out in America today. Pledging your support by signing Oaths to gain access to political rallies, unfettered abuse of the civil and human rights around the world and the blatant abuse of Constitutional rights has made it necessary for liberals to explore the option of arming themselves and forming a militia outlined in the Second Amendment of the Constitution.
I have decided to enter the world of blogging after trolling many right-wing blogs and trying to debate them. I found that debate in the conservative right-wing world is not possible. I don't feel these people are educated enough on any issue, in order, to carry on any kind of an intellectual debate or discussion. They are the masters of the copy and paste function on the computer which, abducts any form of knowledge that could be gained by researching a specific topic. I assume, then, that they are lazy and, it would seem, that they are content in allowing others to do their thinking.
The Republican National Convention, held in New York City, was a dog and pony show that never once addressed the issues that concern Americans the most. Instead, liberal journalists, protesters and innocent bystanders became prey to the right-wing intimidation and illegal violations of the most basic civil rights. Speakers at this charade spoke more of Senator John Kerry than they did of pertinent issues. The fact that issues were not addressed is due to the complete failure of this appointed regime. Public outrage was enormous and is something that was not seen at the Democratic National Convention. While the speakers performed their skits to the delegates, cameras panning the audience showed people void of emotion, like zombies or thorazine addicted schizophrenics, awaiting their next command. During the speech by the appointed chimp, Bush, there was visibly no emotion or enthusiasm by more than half of the audience.
Our country is under attack by religious fundamentalists that claim Divine intervention to problem solving. There is absolutely no place in our government for religion or people's belief in a god. I, personally, want religion out of my government and will resist the deletion of the separation of church and State.
We have work to do...not just until November 2 but, long afterwards to insure that the foundations of this country are not torn down, rights are not violated and human rights become more of a focus in the world. Progression and the right-wing ARE opposing values. Spread the word.