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Drunken Ravings
10/24/2003
 
The Diebold Memos' Smoking Gun
Volusia County Memos Disclose Election 2000 Vote Fraud

The Diebold Memos' Smoking Gun
Volusia County Memos Disclose Election 2000 Vote Fraud


Even more evidence of massive florida voter fraud and evidence the GOP Bush backers running DIEBOLD are actively aiding the GOP steal elections. And its going ot get worse.




Bush claiming Iraq has ties to Al Qaeda :
The regime has a history of reckless aggression in the Middle East. It has a deep hatred of America and our friends. And it has aided, trained and harbored terrorists, including operatives of al Qaeda

Claiming Iraq has WMD:
In the case of Iraq, the Security Council did act, in the early 1990s. Under Resolutions 678 and 687 -- both still in effect -- the United States and our allies are authorized to use force in ridding Iraq of weapons of mass destruction. This is not a question of authority, it is a question of will

Claiming Iraq is an imminent threat :

With these capabilities, Saddam Hussein and his terrorist allies could choose the moment of deadly conflict when they are strongest. We choose to meet that threat now, where it arises, before it can appear suddenly in our skies and cities.

Claiming Iraq is an imminent threat and that Saddam supports terrorists :

Terrorists and terror states do not reveal these threats with fair notice, in formal declarations -- and responding to such enemies only after they have struck first is not self-defense, it is suicide. The security of the world requires disarming Saddam Hussein now.




 
Bush Appeals Court Choice Under Fire
The California justice is challenged for remarks on the New Deal and Bill of Rights' rea


California Supreme Court Justice Janice Rogers Brown, President Bush's nominee to the U.S. Court of Appeals in the District of Columbia, ran into skeptical questioning Wednesday from Senate Democrats for speeches in which she referred to the New Deal era as "the triumph of our socialist revolution" and disputed whether the Bill of Rights applied to the states.


Thats just too mindboggling for words.



Too Low a Bar
By PAUL KRUGMAN

Bear in mind that the payroll employment figure right now is down 2.6 million compared with what it was when George W. Bush took office. So Mr. Snow is predicting that his boss will be the first occupant of the White House since Herbert Hoover to end a term with fewer jobs available than when he started. This is what he calls success?




10/19/2003
 
Documentation of Bushco LIES trying to link Saddam to Al Qaeda

Documentation of Bushco LIES claiming Iraq had WMD

You may note the right and Bushco are trying to claim they never said any of this.
At the same time you may note that Cheney is still claiming the lies are true. Even as Bush says he never said it and that its not true. Doublethink is a wonderful thing.
 
Tax Break for Gas Drilling May Be Restored

aka : Feeding hungry kids is wrong... Corporate welfare is just dandy though.
 
Sen Robert Byrd :

In 1837, Danish author, Hans Christian Andersen, wrote a wonderful fairy tale which he titled The Emperor's New Clothes. It may be the very first example of the power of political correctness. It is the story of the Ruler of a distant land who was so enamored of his appearance and his clothing that he had a different suit for every hour of the day.



One day two rogues arrived in town, claiming to be gifted weavers. They convinced the Emperor that they could weave the most wonderful cloth, which had a magical property. The clothes were only visible to those who were completely pure in heart and spirit

 
Experts Downplay Bioagent
The vial of bacteria found in Iraq probably was bought legally and its type has never been turned into a weapon, scientists say.
 

Plans for the Queen and George W Bush to make a triumphant procession along the Mall during the president's state visit next month have been abandoned because of fears of anti-war protests.

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No palace parade for Bush as Blair gets cold feet
By Tim Walker
(Filed: 19/10/2003)


Plans for the Queen and George W Bush to make a triumphant procession along the Mall during the president's state visit next month have been abandoned because of fears of anti-war protests.

The decision, taken by Downing Street after consultations with Buckingham Palace, the White House and Scotland Yard, has disappointed the president and his senior aides.

The procession is traditionally the public high point of a state visit. A senior Palace official said yesterday that detailed plans had been made. "But Downing Street, anxious about possible anti-war protests from the start, has now decided to pull the plug on it," said the official.

"We are liaising with the White House and they have made no attempt to hide their disappointment. They saw it, obviously, as a great photo opportunity."

President Bush's trip is the first full state visit of an American president since the Queen came to the throne 52 years ago. He will travel by helicopter to avoid protesters who line road routes. Other proposed events have also been curtailed or cancelled, and he will not address Parliament because of fears of a boycott by MPs.

With anti-war campaigners, including militant Muslims, determined to make a protest during the visit, Downing Street has decided to stage photo events that they can control. The President and the Queen are expected to be photographed together during tea at Buckingham Palace and inspecting the guard.




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