I am just as much progressive as everyone of the hard-working people at MoveOn.org and am doing what I can to help elect Obama.
However, I think that MoveOn might make a bigger impact if you learned from the masters, and by that I mean the Republicans.
I’ve seen a number of recent e-mails lamenting the horrible ads and slander of the McCain campaign that beg the membership to donate so that the truth can be told.
With all due → Continue reading “An Open Letter to MoveOn.org”
Well, since Edwards has dropped out of the race and now it’s between Obama and Clinton, I’m changing my tune.
Obama is our best bet for a win, as a result I’m supporting him as the nominee.
Why? Hillary can’t win a general election and here are what I think are the reasons why:
- There are many people who will cast a vote against her vs. for McCain
- If she is the nominee it will galvanize the Republicans behind
→ Continue reading “A Changing Political Lanscape Requires a Different Tune”
Dear Mr. Kerry,
It wasn’t bad enough that you choked on defending yourself from Bush’s swift-boating and your huge gaff just before the ’06 election, now you are supporting Obama?
Dude, please, for the good of the country, just go home and keep your mouth shut.
The Democrats best bet for a win in ’08 is Edwards and you seem to have turned your back on him.
Hopefully, your reputation will help pull Obama out of the top tier and → Continue reading “Kerry’s Trying to Screw Things Up . . . Again”
A video posted on YouTube spoofing a apple ad from 1984 featuring Hillary Clinton as Big Brother seems to herald the end on an age when politicians had control over their message. http://www.macobserver.com/article/2007/03/19.5.shtml→ Continue reading “The 1984 Apple/Hillary video heralds an interesting shift in political messaging”
Unbelievable! Horrible! Worst thing that you could have done at this point in the campaign!
Kerry’s botched "joke" this past Monday? Nope. The fact that the Democrats cowered like spineless rats after the NeoCons went on the attack.They misssed their opportunity to take control of the final week in the campaign and remind everyone why they shouldn’t vote for the Republicans:
The completely botched war in Iraq
The Bush administration lying to the country about WMD
The Republican corruption in → Continue reading “Who should really be apologizing for the fallout of Kerry’s gaff is Democrats”
It seems that Bush’s resolve not only applies to policy but also to politicking.
This week Bush was out stumping for Republicans in Congress and is sticking to the playbook from the last two elections – national security, with a bit of tax cut talk.
I’m guessing that he hasn’t read the most recent NIE in which the 16 US intelligence agencies all agree that the war in Iraq has made the United States less safe.
Of course, he could → Continue reading “Bush’s Resolve Might Again Come Back to Bite Him”
. . . and reveals blatant specism when it comes to animal rights.
One of the authors of the bill, Rep. John Sweeney, R-N.Y., said, “What we are exposing today is a brutal, shadowy, predatory shameful practice that borders on the perverse. It reflects on our culture. It reflects on our priorities.”
Mr. Sweeney, I’m guessing that you’ve never toured a factory chicken, or hog farm, nor seen how they are slaughtered.
Oh, wait, I forgot that you probably don’t → Continue reading “The House approves legislation to shutdown horsemeat industry . . .”
George W. Bush weighs in today about the airline bombing plot that was uncovered in Britain. He says that America is safer now than it was on September 11th, and indicates that it is a "stark reminder that his [Britain] nation is at war with Islamic fascists.".
It also seems that this is a stark reminder that almost 5 years since September 11th that we really aren’t any safer. We are simply dodging bullets and getting lucky enough not → Continue reading “Mr. Bush, are we really safer?”
Doesn’t this have the flavor of something that you read in the history books that happened during the decline and fall of Rome?
→ Continue reading “Current American Idol winner gets more votes than any president in the history of our country has received”
Sent to me by Duncan:
A major research institution has just announced the discovery of the heaviest element yet known to science. The new element has been named "Bushcronium."
Bushcronium has one neutron, 12 assistant neutrons, 75 deputy neutrons, and 224 assistant deputy neutrons, giving it an Atomic mass of 311. These 311 particles are held together by forces called morons, which are surrounded by vast quantities of lepton-like particles called peons.
Since Bushcronium has no electrons, it is inert. → Continue reading “New element found – Bushcronium”