Sunday, October 31, 2004

Republiscum are Admitting to Reality

Email addresses deleted for privacy reasons by me. The email was sent to me by a left-leaning, covert GOP operative.

Look what we are up against fellow Republicans what are we going to do. It looks like Kerry is going to win.

Charlie Reese writes for the Orlando Sentinel. He's a Conservative Republican who is anti-abortion, anti-tax-and-spend, loudly critical of legislation by the judiciary, doesn't think much of ulticulturalism or secularism, has suggested Clinton "turned the Oval Office into a whorehouse," thinks Ronald Reagan is the greatest thing to come down the pike since canned beer, and voted for Bush in the last election. So, take a look at his article which follows.

Vote For A Man, Not A Puppet
Orlando Sentinel
Charlie Reese


Americans should realize that if they vote for President Bush's re-election, they are really voting for the architects of war - Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz and the rest of that cabal of neoconservative ideologues and their corporate backers. I have sadly come to the conclusion that President Bush is merely a front man, an empty suit, who is manipulated by the people in his administration. Bush has the most dangerously simplistic view of the world of any president in my memory.

It's no wonder the president avoids press conferences like the plague. Take away his cue cards and he can barely talk. Americans should be embarrassed that an Arab King (Abdullah of Jordan) spoke more fluently and articulately in English than our own President at their joint press conference recently.

John Kerry is at least an educated man, well-read, who knows how to think and who knows that the world is a great deal more complex than Bush's comic-book world of American heroes and foreign evildoers. It's unfortunate that in our poorly educated country, Kerry's very intelligence and refusal to adopt simplistic slogans might doom his presidential election efforts.

But Thomas Jefferson said it well, as he did so often, when he observed that people who expect to be ignorant and free expect what never was and never will be.

People who think of themselves as conservatives will really display their stupidity, as I did in the last election, by voting for Bush. Bush is as far from being a conservative as you can get. Well, he fooled me once, but he won't fool me twice.

It is not at all conservative to balloon government spending, to vastly increase the power of government, to show contempt for the Constitution and the rule of law, or to tell people that foreign outsourcing of American jobs is good for them, that giant fiscal and trade deficits don't matter, and that people should not know what their government is doing. Bush is the most prone-to-classify, the most secretive president in the 20th century. His administration leans dangerously toward the authoritarian.

It's no wonder that the Justice Department has convicted a few Arab-Americans of supporting terrorism. What would you do if you found yourself arrested and a federal prosecutor whispers in your ear that either you can plea-bargain this or the President will designate you an enemy combatant and you'll be held incommunicado for the duration ?

This election really is important, not only for domestic reasons, but because Bush's foreign policy has been a dangerous disaster. He's almost restarted the Cold War with Russia and the nuclear arms race. America is not only hated in the Middle East, but it has few friends anywhere in the world thanks to the arrogance and ineptness of the Bush administration.

Don't forget, a scientific poll of Europeans found us, Israel, North Korea and Iran as the greatest threats to world peace.

I will swallow a lot of petty policy differences with Kerry to get a man in the White House with brains enough not to blow up the world and us with it.

Go to Kerry's Web site ( and read some of the magazine profiles on him. You'll find that there is a great deal more to Kerry than the GOP attack dogs would have you believe.

Besides, it would be fun to have a president who plays hockey, windsurfs, ride motorcycles, plays the guitar, writes poetry and speaks French. And . . it would be good to have a man in the White House who has killed people face to face. Killing people has a sobering effect on a man and dispels all illusions about war.


C 2004 by King Features Syndicate, Inc.

0the following annotations on 10/06/2004 05:21:18 PM

With all I Know of the Bush Regime in the past 4 years. There is no way I would ever vote for Bush and how could you.

Friday, October 29, 2004

Rights Prevail: Scum Lose!!!

Ohio GOP Loses Bid to Fight Registrations

October 29, 2004 12:04 PM EDT

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Republicans lost an attempt Friday to restart hearings on thousands of voter registrations the party has contested, and the court's decision could mean the hearings will never be held.

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati turned down several Republican appeals, clearing the way for a lower-court judge to decide whether to extend her temporary order stopping the hearings.

The court action could prevent the hearings from ever taking place because they must be held within two days of the election, state Republicans have said.

Ohio Attorney General Jim Petro, who filed one of the appeals, said stopping the hearings "has just thrown Ohio's electoral process into disarray, and has opened the door to voter fraud."

A fresh challenge arose Thursday over the presence of polling-place witnesses who can question voters' identities. In federal court in Akron, the Summit County Democratic Party sued the state to block those witnesses, saying voters who end up being disqualified are unconstitutionally denied the right to appeal in time to cast their ballots.

Democrats and Republicans have signed up thousands of polling place representatives, although Democrats say they do not plan to challenge registrations and will monitor the conduct of Republican representatives.

Ohio GOP spokesman Jason Mauk said the lawsuit challenging the polling place representatives was an attempt by Democrats to win the election in the courts.

State Democratic spokesman Dan Trevas said the state party, which is not part of the lawsuit, supported the idea of removing the witnesses "if this makes the process run more smoothly."

Ohio could end up deciding who wins the White House. No Republican has ever been elected president without taking Ohio; only two Democrats have done so in 100 years. Polls show President Bush and Sen. John Kerry are running even in the state.

On the questioned voter registrations, the GOP originally challenged about 35,000 voters but few registrations have been rejected. The party withdrew about 7,500 challenges because of mistakes, and county elections boards have thrown out hundreds more.

U.S. District Judge Susan Dlott in Cincinnati was holding a hearing Friday to determine whether to extend her temporary order Wednesday halting hearings on Republican challenges of registrations in six counties. Democrats had argued the effort singles out the poor and minorities, who move more often, and that it could keep legitimate votes from being counted.

Republicans say challenged voters still could cast a provisional ballot regardless of the outcome of the hearings. The counting of such ballots doesn't take place until 10 days after the election as voters' registrations are verified.

Democrats, who sued to stop the Republican challenges, say the voters being challenged should have the right to cast a regular ballot.

Thursday, October 28, 2004

The True Nature of the Scum

"If you don't vote for Bush, bitch, I'll kill you!!"

Another scum vote gets locked up.....Hahahahaha

Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Unemployment Near 10%

The bushies try to show us a glowing employment figure at times but, most of us know the truth. Take a is approaching another scumbag's numbers....Reagan's.
And for those who want to blame this and weep.

Enjoy The Draft.....a Great Site!!!!

Intimidation and the Scum

Party officials in Ohio plan to place thousands of recruits at polling places on Nov. 2 to challenge voters' qualifications.

...Republicans said they had enlisted 3,600 by the deadline, many in heavily Democratic urban neighborhoods of Cleveland, Dayton and other cities. Each recruit was to be paid $100.

...Republicans will be challenging in large numbers for the purpose of slowing down voting, because challenging takes a long time...

...the recruits will be taught how to challenge mentally disabled voters who are assisted by anyone other than their legal guardians.

...Election officials in other swing states, from Arizona to Wisconsin and Florida, say they are bracing for similar efforts by Republicans to challenge new voters at polling places.

Remember the GOP thugs in Florida intimidating vote-counters? Rove is just moving them upstream, to intimidate voters directly in swing states...

We need armies of people videorecording the thugs for the law suits that will follow.

Felony to meddle with the vote, no?

And they only get paid $100? Hell, that only covers the check-in at the emergency room. Anyway, send them on their way in such a manner that leaves them marked for life.

Abortion up under the Scum

Why abortion rate is up in Bush years

I, Glen, am a Christian ethicist, and trained in statistical analysis. I am consistently pro-life. My son David is one witness. For my family, "pro-life" is personal. My wife caught rubella in the eighth week of her pregnancy. We decided not to terminate, to love and raise our baby. David is legally blind and severely handicapped; he also is a blessing to us and to the world. Gary Krane is an investigative journalist.

We look at the fruits of political policies more than words. We analyzed the data on abortion during the Bush presidency. There is no single source for this information -- federal reports go only to the year 2000, and many states do not report -- but we found enough data to identify trends. Our findings are disturbing.

Abortion was decreasing. When President Bush took office, the nation's abortion rates were at a 24-year low, after a 17.4 percent decline during the 1990s. This was a steady decrease averaging 1.7 percent per year. (The data come from Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life using the Guttmacher Institute's studies.)

Enter George W. Bush in 2001. One would expect the abortion rate to continue its consistent course downward, if not plunge. Instead, the opposite happened.

We found four states that have posted three-year statistics: Kentucky's increased by 3.2 percent from 2000 to 2003. Michigan's increased by 11.3 percent from 2000 to 2003. Pennsylvania's increased by 1.9 percent from 1999 to 2002. Colorado's rates skyrocketed 111 percent. We found 12 additional states that reported statistics for 2001 and 2002. Eight states saw an increase in abortion rates (14.6 percent average increase), and four saw a decrease (4.3 percent average).

Under Bush, the decade-long trend of declining abortion rates appears to have reversed. Given the trends of the 1990s, 52,000 more abortions occurred in the United States in 2002 than would have been expected before this change of direction.
For anyone familiar with why most women have abortions, this is no surprise:

Two-thirds of women who have abortions cite "inability to afford a child" as their primary reason (Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life). In the Bush presidency, unemployment rates increased half again. Not since Herbert Hoover had there been a net loss of jobs during a presidency until the current administration. Average real incomes decreased, and for seven years the minimum wage has not been raised to match inflation. With less income, many prospective mothers fear another mouth to feed.
Half of all women who abort say they do not have a reliable mate. And men who are jobless usually do not marry. In the 16 states, there were 16,392 fewer marriages than the year before, and 7,869 more abortions. As male unemployment increases, marriages fall and abortion rises.

Women worry about health care for themselves and their children. Since 5.2 million more people have no health insurance now than before this presidency -- with women of childbearing age overrepresented in those 5.2 million -- abortion increases.
My wife and I know -- as does my son David -- that doctors, nurses, hospitals, medical insurance, special schooling and parental employment are crucial for a special child. David attended the Kentucky School for the Blind, as well as schools for children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. He was mainstreamed in public schools as well. We have two other sons and five grandchildren, and we know that every mother, every father and every child needs public and family support.

What does this tell us? Economic policy and abortion are not separate issues; they form one moral imperative. Rhetoric is hollow, mere tinkling brass, without health care, insurance, jobs, child care and a living wage. Pro-life in deed, not merely in word, means we need a president who will do something about jobs, health insurance and support for mothers.

Glen Stassen is the Lewis B. Smedes Professor of Christian Ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary, in Pasadena, Calif. He can be e-mailed at .
Krane is an independent investigative journalist in Philadelphia.Readers can write to him at 151 Tulpehocken, Philadelphia, PA 19144 or .

Hold the Line, Brothers and Sisters

Newsom is the kind of mayor everyone needs.
We need to make sure that the convention moves to Atlanta if the hotel management fails to respond. A five year contract is no deal.....settle for a three year contract, fellow members otherwise, outside influence will be enlisted to help you prevail!!!

Sunday, October 24, 2004

The Idiot and Abortion

Desperate Measures : George W. Bush & Abortion

Note : Apparently, the source of this story was due to go public this week via publisher Larry Flynt, but found out that Flynt was planning to make a tabloid sale, and changed her mind. Like George W. Bush's intervention in commuting the sentence of serial killer Henry Lee Lucas, this is a story that is circulating in the press packs, but that few people want to touch at the eleventh hour of the 2000 U.S. presidential election.

In the winter of 1971 George W. Bush was dating a woman named Robin Lowman (now Robin Garner). Miss Lowman became pregnant by Smirk and he arranged for her to have an abortion - which in the great state of Texas in 1971 was very illegal! Not to mention that George W. is running as a pro-life candidate for the presidency.

The unnamed source of this story, was a friend of Robin Lowman's and the girlfriend of the man who arranged the abortion. His name is Robert Carl Chandler. Chandler is a Bush friend and supporter from way back and he made the arrangements for Miss Lowman's abortion at the Twelve Oaks Hospital in Houston, TX (now the Bayou City Medical Center). The source overheard the call by Mr. Chandler to arrange the abortion and the source visited Robin Lowman at the Twelve Oaks Hospital after the procedure.

The source meanwhile, is afraid of coming forward, saying that she was threatened by Chandler and another Bush friend and supporter named Jim Bath. Bath has longstanding intelligence connections, and played a role in the BCCI scandal. Robin Lowman (now Garner) is married to Jerry Lee Garner who is an FBI agent.

So, that's the story : an illegal back room abortion arranged by the Republican party Presidential candidate who is running on a pro-life ticket.

At the time, Robin Lowman was a minor.

Friday, October 22, 2004

It's Official: Republiscum are Stupid

Reading this study it is clear to see that the simple minds on the right are easy to waste. Those on the right that are able to read this study and comprehend it will, undoubtedly, deny it's correct assumption.......that right-wing republiscum are easily manipulated on an intellectual scale. A low intellect at that, I might add.

New Mexico Voting Machines are Rigged

We all knew this was going to happen....the Bush Crime Family was guaranteed the election if the infamous Diebold machines were used.
The republiscum are slithering even lower on the evolutionary ladder, as they, attempt to defraud Americans of their votes.
Time to stock up on kills 99% of the germs.

Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Bush Relatives for Kerry!!

This is the greatest thing I have been turned on to. Even the smirking chimp's family can't stand the drooling idiot. And they even tell you why not to vote for the despicable form of scum that he is.

Pretty bad when your blood calls you what you are.....a fraud.

One Terrorist Endorses Another

It seems Iran likes the Coward from Crawdad better than Senator Kerry. They seem to think Democrats are worse at human rights!! The republiscum human rights policy is simple.....just kill them.
Anyway, terrorists should stick together, can have the village idiot and, you have to come and take him to Iran in January. He has infected the western hemisphere enough.

Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Science is Beyond the Scope of the Village Idiot

Scientific exploration, on a cellular level, is beyond the mental scope of the village idiot. What can we expect from a miserable failure that, had his C's bought and paid for by daddy??
Regression is the way of the republiscum and, it is leading us down a dangerous path.

Sunday, October 17, 2004

Swift Boat Veteran's Lies Confirmed

A great news item from ABC News program Nightline verifying what we already knew...that John O'Neill and his scum are liars.

One of Millions

Disillusioned, disenfranched and disenchanted and the "wanna be band"

By Sharon Silvas

Okay, I will tell you my dirty little secret. I don't vote. It's kind of like saying, "I'm an atheist." To which the few people I tell say, "Oh, no, you really aren't." Excuse me? I am what I am what I am and I am always frustrated with the folks who think I'm "too nice" or "too _______ (fill in the blank) to live up to their expectations.

I don’t rant and rave about things so very personal. Politics, sexual preference, religion, I feel these are all very, very personal agendas that need not always be hanging out like the laundry, for all to see. Unless the freedom to have these agendas are hanging in the balance.

And these days, the dirty laundry of our political system is hanging out for all to see. So I feel it is critical to take a public stance. I just sent in my voter registration form. I haven't voted since Mayor Federico Peña's first election. I have been disillusioned, feel disenfranchised and have been greatly disenchanted by the stupid, self-serving white males who have "led" our country in the past few decades. Before that, I'm not sure if any of them were good, either - but I was too young to feel it personally. More>>

Friday, October 15, 2004

The Coward is an American Disgrace

Having deserted during wartime and not knowing what war is like, this scumbag in Washington needs to be put in Iraq to face his cowardice and, with any luck, he won't come back.
Watch the punk laugh.

Be Prepared......The Commie Scum has Plans

Like I said, folks, get ready. The scum is and so should you.

Thursday, October 14, 2004

The Village Idiot Returns...Wired Again!!

In another attempt by Karl Rove and Karen Hughes to help their boy wonder not sound like the fools he so well portrays, have once again not hidden their transmitting device well enough for the world not to see.
President Kerry, on the other hand, put the smiling chimp in his place, unaided. We all owe President Kerry much thanks for making the republiscum look and act like what they are...complete and utter fools.
The Presidential debates were an exercise for the liberal left to gear up for the onset of eight years of verbal lashing that the ignorant right are going to have to endure.
And the scum will continue to think of ways to lie, cheat and steal. They truly are the boil on the ass of humanity.

Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Republiscum Shred Voter Registration Forms

Now here is what the republiscum are all about. When they see their impending doom coming, they violate people's rights. That's not uncommon with these scum, low-life entities but, these folks need to be put on the wall and shot. Pure and simple...they have absolutely no reason to live. Disgusting and the so-called fiscal conservatives couldn't even pay their bills. What scum.

Voter Registrations Possibly Trashed

(Oct. 12) -- Employees of a private voter registration company allege that hundreds, perhaps thousands of voters who may think they are registered will be rudely surprised on election day. The company claims hundreds of registration forms were thrown in the trash.

Anyone who has recently registered or re-registered to vote outside a mall or grocery store or even government building may be affected.

The I-Team has obtained information about an alleged widespread pattern of potential registration fraud aimed at democrats. Thee focus of the story is a private registration company called Voters Outreach of America, AKA America Votes.

The out-of-state firm has been in Las Vegas for the past few months, registering voters. It employed up to 300 part-time workers and collected hundreds of registrations per day, but former employees of the company say that Voters Outreach of America only wanted Republican registrations.

Two former workers say they personally witnessed company supervisors rip up and trash registration forms signed by Democrats.

"We caught her taking Democrats out of my pile, handed them to her assistant and he ripped them up right in front of us. I grabbed some of them out of the garbage and she tells her assisatnt to get those from me," said Eric Russell, former Voters Outreach employee.

Eric Russell managed to retrieve a pile of shredded paperwork including signed voter registration forms, all from Democrats. We took them to the Clark County Election Department and confirmed that they had not, in fact, been filed with the county as required by law.

So the people on those forms who think they will be able to vote on Election Day are sadly mistaken. We attempted to speak to Voters Outreach but found that its office has been rented out to someone else.

The landlord says Voters Outreach was evicted for non-payment of rent. Another source said the company has now moved on to Oregon where it is once again registering voters. It's unknown how many registrations may have been tossed out, but another ex-employee told Eyewitness News she had the same suspicions when she worked there.

It's going to take a while to sort all of this out, but the immediate concern for voters is to make sure you really are registered.

Call the Clark County Election Department at 455-VOTE orclick here to see if you are registered.

The company has been largely, if not entirely funded, by the Republican National Committee. Similar complaints have been received in Reno where the registrar has asked the FBI to investigate.

Tuesday, October 12, 2004

A Funny Thing I Saw in Blogosphere!!

I was surfing blogosphere today and I came upon some college girl's blog, of which, I won't mention the name because, I don't promote republiscum drivel.
Anyway, down in the right-hand corner is a notation, 'My heroes have always been cowboys.' I laughed my ass off when the two pictures were of the coward of Crawdad and the gipper (the gipper is good republiscum, now.)
What this girl doesn't, evidently, know is that the coward has a mortal fear of horses. And where I come from, you can't cowboy without a horse.
It must be that religious thing that makes her blind....?

The Coward from Crawdad Lies During Debate

Remember when the scumbag coward called Senator Kerry the most liberal Senator??

He lied. Go figure.

From Robert Scheer

Thank you, George W. Bush, for trying to assure me that John Kerry is a liberal. Wish it were so.

I like liberals. They gave us the five-day workweek; ended child labor; invented unemployment insurance, Social Security and Medicare; and led us, despite fierce opposition from "America First" pseudo-patriots on the political right, to victory over fascism in World War II. Liberals also ended racial segregation and gave women the vote.

But when Bush used the L-word in the second presidential debate, Kerry did not defend that proud progressive tradition. Nor did I expect him to. Kerry is one of those New Democrats who rejects the "liberal" label that I find so honorable. After all, Kerry, as he bragged in the debate, voted for the atrocious 1996 welfare reform bill, which has contributed to the 4 million additional people, mostly children, pushed below the poverty line during Bush's tenure.

However, after Bush's attempt to tar him as a bleeding heart, I thought I had it wrong — so I checked the website of the National Journal, the source cited by Bush as branding Kerry the No. 1 liberal of our time.

As is his habit on so many things, Bush had the facts wrong. The career voting record of the "Massachusetts liberal" ranks him as only the 11th most liberal, behind current colleagues from Iowa, California, Illinois, Minnesota, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Vermont and Maryland — and his running mate is a miserable 27th.

It turns out the duo moved up in the journal's 2003 rankings only because they were both out campaigning and, just as Republican presidential nominees have in the past, missed many congressional votes. As the journal later explained in disclaiming the GOP's misinterpretation of its ranking system, the 2003 rating of Kerry as the top liberal was based only on the 19 votes he cast on economic issues.

But even that narrow selection was misinterpreted, as noted by Al From and Bruce Reed, the leaders of the Democratic Leadership Council — and thus the guardians of the party's dominant centrist ideology. They define Kerry not as a liberal but as a Clinton-style moderate, even when looking at only his 2003 votes.

Eight of Kerry's "liberal" votes last year dealt with cutting back Bush's tax giveaway to the 1% richest Americans. Another four reflected moderate pro- environment positions, while two others should have been supported by all Americans: an extension of benefits for folks thrown out of work, many by the outsourcing abroad of decent jobs, and a challenge to the Bush assault on overtime pay.

The DLC guys further point out that Kerry's "centrism" has been affirmed in the last decade by his votes for measures that many liberals rightly opposed, such as the 1997 balanced-budget agreement, free-trade extensions without commensurate protections for the environment and workers' rights, and the knee-jerk 1994 law-and-order "100,000 cops" anti-crime bill.

So, once again, as with Bill Clinton, I find myself supporting a Democrat with a domestic agenda to the right of Richard Nixon. Yes, the man Arnold Schwarzenegger eulogized at the GOP convention was in favor of a guaranteed annual income for all Americans — something that can be made to sound even more socialist than liberal. Nixon's point man on such issues was Daniel Patrick Moynihan, who as a Democratic senator from New York later blasted Clinton's anti-welfare bill as an immoral assault on the poor.

I interviewed Nixon in 1984, long after he had been chased from office, and found him to be quite proud of his domestic agenda. How sad for the nation that his domestic policy is now considered progressive compared with Bush's. Many excellent programs such as Social Security and Medicare that once had strong bipartisan support are now under attack by a perversely destructive president.

OK, Kerry may not be a daring liberal, but he is an enlightened moderate who would at least safeguard the gains made since Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal. By contrast, the Bush administration seems determined to return us to the 19th century, when corporate robber barons owned the White House and employed crude "gunboat diplomacy" to serve their greed.

International Tribunal Convicts Bush

International Criminal Tribunal findings: George W. Bush guilty of war crimes - 09/22/2004 01:47

In the final opinion of the court, Judge Niloufer Bhagwat, rules against Bush.

Citing: George Walker Bush, President of the United States and Commander -in-Chief of US military forces for serious crimes ; waging a war of aggression on Afghanistan, war crimes and crimes against humanity against the Afghan people, against prisoners of war ; and the use of radioactive depleted uranium weapons of mass destruction , against the people of Afghanistan ; with serious fall out effects on the military personnel of the United States ,UK and other forces deployed ; and on countries, in and around the region.

In a court action not seen since Nuremburg, 1946, the court issued its ruling in no uncertain terms that the US has used weapons of mass destruction, protracting an illegal military conflict, and crimes against humanity. Very serious allegations indeed. More>>

Now...we need to deliver the coward from Crawdad to the Court.

Monday, October 11, 2004

Another Case for President Kerry.

Editorial | Kerry for President

The choice is vivid. The stakes are vast.

Our nation is threatened by jihad warriors who scoff at boundaries. It stumbles toward a fiscal ruin that will punish our children. The rules that protect our air, water and health are weaker than we know. When 45 million of our neighbors fall ill, they have no insurance card to hand to the doctor.

We boast of exporting liberty and rule of law, yet watch them erode at home. A hooded prisoner on a box has replaced a soaring lady with a lamp as the global icon of America's intentions. Our national discourse has grown peevish, choking on distortion and bile.

On Nov. 2, we can return to office the man who, since 2001, has spawned some of those ills and shown a shaky touch at healing the others.

Or we can go a new way, one alert to fresh global challenges yet rooted in the approaches that made the 1990s so productive. We can elect Democratic nominee John F. Kerry.

Dear fellow citizen, this is as important an election as any in which you've had a chance to vote.

The Inquirer's urgent, deeply felt recommendation: Cast that ballot on Nov. 2 for JOHN F. KERRY.

The case for Kerry has two parts. The first is the record of George W. Bush. The evidence is compelling, though tallied in sorrow: His was a presidency of high promise that lapsed into multiple disasters.

On his watch, useful surpluses have become a sea of red ink. The economic rebound he bought with tax cuts is mild, barely more than would have occurred in the natural cycle. Those slanted tax changes have left society more unequal, its safety net frayed. His team's habits of ignoring science and punishing dissent hamper the search for solutions.

His plan for a second term is not to repair those mistakes, but to expand and entrench them.

Most worrisome, his response to the stunning blows of 9/11 has gone fatefully awry. He has left Americans less safe than they could be and America less admired than it should be.

Those are strong words. You deserve to see them documented thoroughly.

That is why, beginning today, we present a 21-day editorial series. It will review the facts of the Bush record on an array of issues, from homeland security to Head Start, contrasting it with Kerry's ideas. The first appears below. Most days, on the facing page, a prominent supporter of President Bush will provide a contrasting view.

You deserve a fair and frank debate.

You also deserve a fair picture of the second half of the case for change: the record and views of John Kerry.

This, very few of you have gotten during a petty, dispiriting campaign. Some blame rests with the Democrat. He has not framed the debate with the force and clarity he must master to be an outstanding president.

More blame, though, rests with Bush. Awash in millions from the corporate donors to whom his White House caters so avidly, the President has spent more time ridiculing Kerry through distortions than presenting his own plans.

Bush backers cling to a tired, tiresome slogan of elections past: Kerry is a clueless liberal, out of touch with the American mainstream.

Here is what Kerry thinks, and what his record as a U.S. senator, lieutenant governor and prosecutor underscores:

John Kerry thinks government should pursue solutions to problems that haunt American lives, but must pay for each initiative as it goes - not stick the nation's children with the tab. Robert Rubin, the superb Treasury secretary under Bill Clinton, praises Kerry as a senator who stood tall on the tough votes that tamed deficits.

He thinks work is better than welfare; he voted for welfare reform.

He thinks it's unacceptable that 45 million Americans lack health coverage; he has a smart plan to shrink that number dramatically.

He wants science to do all it can to speed cures for illnesses.

He knows that protection of America's air, land and water can't be left to the whims of corporations.

He doesn't just shrug when he sees American children slipping into poverty, or more paychecks losing buying power.

If those aren't mainstream American values, then God help America. But of course these are American values.

If you're an undecided voter, consider this: As president, Kerry will have to work with a Congress where at least one chamber is Republican. Checks and balances, a prescription for moderation. A vote for Bush risks one-party rule, with Congress under the control of aggressive conservatives and reelection concerns no longer checking Bush's impulses.

You've heard - eight gazillion times - that John Kerry is a flip-flopper. No doubt, he's a man who relishes nuance. His penchant for thinking out loud is ill-suited to a sound-bite culture. He'll have to curb that, seeking a more disciplined clarity. But the flip-flop label rests mainly on one sound bite. All together now: "I voted for the $87 billion before I voted against it."

Muddy words, but a defensible vote. The Bush campaign's incessant mockery of it relies on voters' unfamiliarity with the workings of the Senate, where two or more versions of a bill often come up for votes. Kerry voted for a Democratic version of this Iraq appropriation, which would have rescinded tax cuts for the affluent to pay for body armor, etc., for the troops. The GOP version, which passed easily, added to the ever-growing load of debt we are leaving to our kids.

Let's deal with another pack of poisonous distortions: Vietnam.

Kerry served, showed courage, won medals, then raised an honorable, if hyperbolic, alarm about a misguided war. Case closed. Perhaps the Boston convention overdid the allusions to those facts, but that doesn't justify the baseless Swift-boat assaults of August.

Kerry doesn't talk much about his Senate record, a curious omission. That record isn't spectacular, but it is solid and qualifying. Names on bills are just one road to effectiveness. Kerry took the less glamorous path of investigation. He had major successes.

He was one of the first to spot and expose the scandal that came to be known as Iran-contra. He took the lead in unraveling the criminal deeds of the Bank of Credit and Commerce International, which financed drug cartels and terrorists. Finally, he worked well with John McCain and others to resolve the emotional issue of Vietnam MIAs.

Not flashy, not easy. Just important.

The BCCI probe showed Kerry spotting early on a key thread in the global web of terror.

Thwarting terrorism is a president's core job in these haunted times. Kerry's approach is more thorough than that of Bush, whose two main tools seem to be bombs and bombast. Bush's reckless missteps in Iraq have cost a painful toll in lives, credibility, alliances, Islamic anger and lost opportunities.

Kerry is right to press hard on: tracking down loose nuclear material in Russia and elsewhere; repairing alliances that can help spot terror cells and roll up financing networks; better securing our chemical and nuclear plants and ports.

It is absurd to claim that, had Kerry been president on that awful day in 2001, he would merely have shrugged and sent a strongly worded memo to the World Court. Any president would have done much of what Bush did in late 2001 - with less soaring eloquence perhaps. But few would have raced as he did into the deadly detour of Iraq.

John Kerry isn't perfect. He has things to learn. One thing Americans should have learned by now, though, is that the incumbent lacks the realism, judgment and ability to adjust to events that the United States needs in its commander in chief. In this perilous moment, the safer choice, the wiser choice, is John F. Kerry.

Well said, Philly!!!
I hope your series can break the rock between the ears of the republiscum.

Sunday, October 10, 2004

Marines Say Bush Regime Hiding Facts in Iraq.

The best information available today, due to the scum controlled media, is from the source itself.
How about the U.S. Marines? The link takes you to an interview with Marines of the 1st Battalion, 2nd Marines who say the idiot and his crime family are hiding the facts because of the elections.
Well Marines, we couldn't agree more.

Republiscum Determined to Shred Constitution

As the desperation grows in the republiscum party, while they are at an advantage, they are doing what is necessary to stomp on the rights of the American voter. As stated in the article, it is a play right out of the Rove know, Karl Rove, the Nazi descendant who is the idiot's brain??
Anyway, we need to sign up as poll the UN people that are coming, thanks to the republiscum party....what pile of cow shit will they crawl from under next??
Here is another example of why Colorado has an economic crisis...the republiscum waste our tax money by violating laws and getting sued...stupid bastards....
Bring it on, scum...we are ready!!

Friday, October 08, 2004

President Kerry hands Bush his Ass

In another test of competency tonight, Senator John Kerry handed the imbecile Bush his ass in a very handy manner.
Not only couldn't Bush answer questions coherently, at one point, the audience thought that Bush was going to attack the moderator, Charles Gibson. Bush's drunken rage of long ago, again, surfaced as he attempted to defend his failed regime policies.
Bush failed to defend his economic, war, environmental and even his choice of Supreme Court Justice.
Those of us with enough intellect could readily see that the Bush regime has failed every single American.
Bush was on the defense the entire debate and, mumbled and tried to crack jokes, as a way, to stall while he frantically attempted to come up with an answer.
Good news, folks. The occupation of the U.S. Government by this appointed regime is all but over. We now must be very vigilant until January 20, 2005 when we can say, "Adios Chimp". Then our work to rebuild the destruction caused by this illegal regime will begin, along with, the prosecutions of all the perpetrators in this regime.

Thursday, October 07, 2004

Comcast Workers Battle Corporate Greed

Why should not the hardworking people at Comcast want a share of some of the company’s success? That is why they decided to form a union in the first place: to win higher wages, hold onto important benefits and to ensure a secure retirement. Yet, three years after voting to form a union, Comcast technicians in Pittsburgh are still fighting for a voice on the job and a first contract. More>>>

Fighting corporate America and their republiscum thugs is not enjoyable...that much...I do it for a living so, here is a call for help. All Brothers and Sisters know what to do.

Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Vice President John Edwards!!!

Senator Edwards did a great job of throttling Dickless Cheney last night!! Being able to trounce on Cheney lies, Senator Edwards was able to bring out into the open what a miserable human being Cheney really is.
Cheney lied about his comments about Iraq being tied to 9/11.
Cheney voted against Martin Luther King holiday. Typical racist republiscum.
Cheney voted against the Department of Education.
Cheney voted against Head Start.
Cheney voted against the weapons systems he accused Senator Edwards of voting against, as a matter of fact, Cheney was the only legislator to vote against it. He voted against the Apache helicopter and the F-14 fighter jet.
Cheney claims to have added 1.7 million jobs when, the DOL shows a 900,000 job deficit.
Cheney remains on the Halliburton payroll to this day.

The most important point of the debate, in my opinion, is the insistence of Cheney and the Bush Terror Regime to continually try and justify their war in Iraq by linking Al-Qaida and Saddam Hussein. Their politics of fear is failing and they must rely on their campaign of lies.
This regime will go down in history as what will happen to a country when an administration is appointed and not elected. Never again can this happen in America. What a disgrace they are to America and Americans.

More on Cheney:

Cheney's voting record in Congress
In 1986, he was one of only twenty-one members of the House to oppose the Safe Drinking Water Act.
He fought efforts to clean up hazardous waste and backed tax breaks for energy corporations.
He repeatedly voted against funding for the Veterans Administration.
He opposed extending the Civil Rights Act.
He opposed the release of Nelson Mandela from jail in South Africa.
He even voted for cop-killer bullets.

He opposed federal funding for abortions -- with no exceptions in the case of rape or incest.
He voted against the Equal Rights Amendment for women, along with 146 other members of Congress in 1983.
On Education, he consistently opposed funding of Head Start and voted against creating the Department of Education.
Cheney was raised in Wyoming and opposes, as many Westerners do, gun control limits.
He was one of just 21 members of Congress, in December of 1985, to vote against a ban on armor piercing bullets -- called cop killer bullets.
Three years later he was one of only four members of the House voting against a ban on plastic guns that could slip through airport security machines undetected. The National Rifle Association did not oppose this ban.
Also in 1988, Cheney voted to scrap a proposed national seven-day waiting period on handgun purchases.
On the environment, Cheney opposed refunding the Clean Water Act. He voted to postpone sanctions slapped on air polluters that failed to meet pollution standards.
And he voted against legislation to require oil, chemical and other industries from making public records of emissions known to cause cancer, birth defects and other chronic diseases.
Dick Cheney consistently voted to raise military spending. He also supported aid to the Nicaraguan rebels, even after a moratorium on funding was passed.

Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Musgrave Starts to Whine!!

Marilyn Musgrat has hired attorneys to stop the airing of ads about the cuts to soldiers that she supports. Just goes to show you that, the republiscum can't stand the truth and, they have a real hard time with the First Amendment.....wait, I almost forgot.....Musgrat has no use for the Constitution!!!

Monday, October 04, 2004

John Edwards to Debate Dickless Cheney Tonight

We all saw Senator John Kerry kick the living shit out of the smirking chimp and tonight we will get to see Senator John Edwards mop the floor with Halliburton's main man, Dickless Cheney.
Rumors have it that Dickless may have a heart attack as an October surprise. He may have one anyway because, John Edwards is going to walk all over this mumbling fool. It must be rough for Dickless, not having a record to run on.
Here's hoping for that October surprise.

Two of the Best Ads from Colorado

Here are a couple of ads put out by Colorado Familes First showing in graphic detail what Marilyn Musgrave is all about. Musgrave is the stupid republiscum bitch who represents Congressional District 4, my district, in Colorado.
Her only work in Congress is being the primary sponsor of the Federal Marriage Amendment, an amendment to install hate and discrimination into our Constitution. Her treasonous acts should be dealt with by a Federal firing squad.
These clips are the best I have seen on any campaign and, they show what the republiscum are all about.

Sunday, October 03, 2004

Prepare for Revolution...Just in Case

Free thinking, progressive and liberal Americans should be preparing for a revolution to take back our country by force, if necessary. Many things need to be accomplished, in order, to do that.
First, arm yourselves. This is necessary because the time for peaceful resistance will be over. There are many ways to get good quality assault weaponry that will have effective kill power and that utilizes ammunition that is readily available. The Bushmaster AR-15 .223 is a sweetheart.
Second, you need to create a list of the republiscum's names addresses and phone numbers, employment and other pertinent information, in order, to track them. Gathering family history, for example, where their parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles live will provide for broader knowledge of where to find the scum. The stupid republiscum posted all their delegates names, addresses and phone numbers on the internet during their circus.....intellect is not one of their stronger points.
Third, practice with your firearms at different ranges, i.e., 100-1000 yards depending on the caliber of weapon you have. I practice at 1500 yards using a .50 caliber rifle.
Now don't be telling me this is a radical concept. The scum have been preparing for this for years but, against a government take over, not resistance from American Patriots. The republiscum are a domestic enemy and we progressive and liberal Americans have a responsibility to defend our country from domestic enemies. These idiots will be crying even louder at the end of another Bush occupation of our country. They will be bitching about how they don't recognize the United States anymore. We won't let them get that far, though.
One last point...inhale.....exhale half way and squeeze and you will score every time.
We now have firsthand experience of how the Patriots, under British rule, felt 229 years ago. Hopefully, it won't come to civil war but, don't get caught ill-prepared.