Saturday, June 24, 2006

Does anyone else think there is something funny about "Bud" welcoming hunters?

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Friday, June 23, 2006

What will they call it?

With the success of a California lobbyist in defeating a progressive candidate in the race for Duke "Show me the money" Cunningham's open seat in congress,the Republicans have found their new wedge issue. After 10 years of using gays and a womans right to medical care, the new plan is to attack "Beaners". They see that they can divide the nation with racism and keep power in Washington. This is not a new plan for them. It is the same scheme that has worked since 1972 when the "Nixon Republicans" realilized that the southern states would move away from the Democratic Party because of civil rights. And they were right. The "South" has voted republican ever since. Gone were the "Dixie-crates" from the Democratic party.

Flash forward to 2006.

When the President of the United States takes his oath of office he swears to protect and defend the borders. George W. Bush has failed to do so more than once and America has suffered.
When the government decided not to enforce our immigration laws in the southwest, under pressure from mega corporate food producers, the flood gates were left open. Millions of Mexican farmers who were displaced by "NAFTA", meaning they lost their farms and headed north. With the Mexican governments blessing I might add. Also left in the dust of idle Mexican farms is the Bush plan to bring the Hispanic vote to the republican side of the table.

The problem with our borders is not a "Democratic" or "Republican" one, it is a National problem. And it's time for all in Washington to stop pandering for votes and do their jobs. Defend and protect our borders.

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Time has come Today

 

The tide has turned. The people of this country have come to do what they do best. It may take a long time but we get it. Bush and his group of greedy war mongers can no longer hide the fact that they are either incompetent or deceitful or both. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, June 04, 2006

Kennedy on Ohio's Stolen Elections

It's about time. Those of us who live in Ohio know what Ken Blackwell and the "Republican Mafia" did in the last presidentcial election. Now, thanks to Robert F. Kennedy, the spotlight has been trained on this subject for the rest of the country to see. The article in "Rolling Stone" is well worth the time to read. As both the Sec. of State (in Ohio) and the head of the Bush re-election campaign, Blackwell was in the position to controll the type of election machines that were bought by the state as well as the number of machines given to each county. Republican counties receiving more than they needed while long lines at Democractic leaning polling stations were caused by having to few. Now this might seem trivial but when you consider people having to wait for hours in the rain to cast their votes it takes on a different prospective. The Diebolt voting machines that Blackwell forced on the State while owning shares of the company were also problematic. The head of the Ohio voting machine company had just told a crowd of Bush supporters that he would "deliver" Ohio to Bush. Both of these Bush "capo's" kept good on their promise. Ohio was deprived of a fair election. The country was left with a fraud in the White House. The world is paying the price.

Monday, May 29, 2006

Memorial Day ... One year Later.

 

I've been writing this stuff for one year and the wars go on. Nothing has changed but the number of lives lost. Please read May, 0/5. Remember to thank a vet. Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

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The Student Movement is Growing

After spending the last seven years wondering what had happened to the college student movement in the United States a ray of light is starting to shine on the faces of America's brightest. I first noticed the change at the Anti-war demonstration in Washington last September. There were lots of us who had been there before but the crowed had a large group representing the 18 to 24 demographic. It seems that even with the corporate media ignoring 300,000 of us in the streets of the nations capital, the word was spreading.

In the last few weeks we have seen students voicing one of democracy's most important tools, dissent. With the GOP sending it's deceivers to The New School and Boston College the children of the future are voicing their educated opinion on the Bush Administrations illegal war in Iraq. Good for the future, good for today, good for them.

Sorry McCain and Rice, you are the past. The Children are the future.

Sunday, May 21, 2006

Cleveland, Ohio

People in Cleveland today were prepairing to show their
support for ending Bush's illegal war in Iraq.
Case campus is alive with anti-war demostrators. Posted by Picasa