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Archive for October, 2006

An Appeal For Redress

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006

While retired military veterans have every right to speak out against the government's military plans and operations, active duty military members have few leagal avenues to voice their protest regarding current military action in Iraq or any ongoing war. Military laws bar officers from denouncing the president and other US ...

“What’s important to you?”

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006

You gotta love the Family Research Council - for it's entertainment value. And so, I get their wonderful, brilliant, concerned, psychotic emails so I can share them with you, the discerning, disturbed public! Sign FRC Action's Values Voter Pledge Now Now!!! Take the Pledge by November 7: Be a Values ...

Too Funny to be Real

Monday, October 30th, 2006

Let's face it, we Republicans have a hard time in California. When it comes to "famous US Senators from California that are Republicans," we can't think of any. However, I am so voting for this guy just so I have to hear people say his name. Can you say his name ...

Charlie Crist, Yet Another Gay Florida Republican?

Saturday, October 28th, 2006

Being new to Florida and it's Wonderful World of Wacky Wonkery, I hadn't heard the rumors of the terminally single Charlie Crist's homosexuality. And it really doesn't matter to me, except that it apparently does matter to him and his voters. And, Gabriel Rotello points out in this ...

VOTE FOR GOD

Saturday, October 28th, 2006

I've been seeing this sign posted amongst the other political campaign signs around my community this last week or so. I must admit I'm surprised—I never expected the Return of God to be so straightforward, so in-your-face, so contemporary. Why would the ruler of the universe need to campaign for ...

This isn’t a big deal in my mind.

Friday, October 27th, 2006

The latest controversy is over some works of fiction written by Jim Webb, they way women are portrayed in those books and over one scene in particular where we find the following: A shirtless man walked toward them along a mud pathway. His muscles were young and hard, but his face ...

Remember all of those heated exchanges

Friday, October 27th, 2006

discussing the high casualty rates of Lebanese civillians during the recent Israel-Hezbollah war? Remember how some of us Israel defenders kept saying that Hezbollah had turned centers of high civilian residence into military targets and therefore Hezbollah was to blame for the deaths of Lebanese civilians? Read this.

Culture of Lies- The Republican Legacy

Friday, October 27th, 2006

By now we're all familiar with the kind of morals the Republican Party seems to live by- taking bribes, lying to grand juries, stalking underage children, approving torture, to name just a few-so it should really come as no surprise to find that paid Republican signature gatherers in Orange County, ...

Perhaps you’ve begun to notice a theme to my diary posts today

Thursday, October 26th, 2006

centering around bias in the media. You're right. No commentary needed. Sometimes it's just best to let them speak for themselves.

And again…

Thursday, October 26th, 2006

there's no bias at CNN. Certainly no anti-American, pro-militant Islamist bias. Well, none to speak of, anyway.

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