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I watched that painful humiliation in her video asking me to give the thief my money.
Dunno and don’t care what they hold over her to make her debase herself so.
A democrat in the White House?
If Obama is one, then I don’t want a democrat in the White House. let’s have a Martian, or a platipuss or a shoe. Anything that is not Obama.
Howard dean NEVER endorsed John Kerry – in fact he had a conference call with his supporters urging them to go to Edwards after he dropped out.
My loyalty is not to any candidate, It’s to my principles. Which say: thieves are not to be rewarded.
I guess one option is off the table: no more writing Hillary in. One down, many more to go.
So, we part ways. You go your way – the Denver hope I guess is out.
I go mine. Good bye.
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So the lame duck President, with the lowest approval rate in history gets his way with spying on people – because the guy wanting to follow in his steps wants some of this for himself
The bill is supposed to clear the Senate
With no senators threatening to hold up the bill (HR 6304), one of the last hopes for opponents faded June 20 when Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois announced he would vote for the legislation. Some civil liberties groups that oppose the measure had called on Obama to use his position in the party to derail it.
With Congress on the verge of delivering the bill to Bush’s desk, some opponents had sought out Obama to take a stand.
A lot did they know
“This bill scares me to death,” said Rep. Barbara Lee , D-Calif.
Bartcop occasionally dares to post the truth:
How could I miss this brilliant article at No Quarter?
Bugliosi argues convincingly that it wasn’t just voters of Florida who were robbed of their franchise, it was the 50 million voters across the country who voted for Gore. Similarly, the delegate stealing of Michigan and Florida isn’t only about the intent of 2.5 million voters, it’s the intentional disenfranchisement of nearly 18 million Hillary voters, a majority of the Democratic Party’s 2008 voters.
The RBC’s back room deal regarding Michigan, which only won approval by a single vote, has the familiar ring of Bush v. Gore, where one Supreme Court Justice vote made Bush president. As Jerome Armstrong writes, “One RCB vote changed everything.”
And that’s what happened – no matter how many times they yell “she lost”
The RBC decision was a culmination of one side decisions and rules meant to disadvantage one candidate – just like the 2000 mess was.
From Capital Hill
Corporate money favors Obama over McCain:
Wall Street and the banking sector have given $19 million to Obama compared with $12 million to McCain
- Communications, electronics and technology: Obama, $10.2 million; McCain $2.3 million.
- Construction: Obama, $2.1 million; McCain, $1.8 million.
- Health care, drug companies: Obama, $6.6 million; McCain, $2.5 million.
- Transportation: McCain, $988,000; Obama, $609,000.
- Energy: McCain, $1.4 million; Obama, $1.1 million.
- Agriculture: McCain, $1 million; Obama, $834,000.