Friday, October 29, 2004

OBL, Bush intransigence and failure incorporated.

OBL is free, has been for more than 3 years.
Instead were mucking around in Iraq...
Bush could have focused his effort and political
capital successfully in pursuing OBL. instead
we get a half done war.

Bush is probably a nice person, deep down.
but his policies suck. from economic, to taxes,
to medicare, to enviroment. can we seriously
stand any more time under this wreckless administration.

given OBLs recent tape, it stands to reason
a vote for Bush, his policies, and his intransigence.

in·tran·si·gent also in·tran·si·geant ( P ) Pronunciation Key (n-trns-jnt, -z-)
Refusing to moderate a position, especially an extreme position; uncompromising.

[French intransigeant, from Spanish intransigente : in-, not (from Latin. See in-1) + transigente, present participle of transigir, to compromise (from Latin trnsigere, to come to an agreement : trns-, trans- + agere, to drive; see ag- in Indo-European Roots).]
in·transi·gence or in·transi·gen·cy n.
in·transi·gent n.
in·transi·gent·ly adv.

"stay the course" is equivalent to a terror assault
on the US. OBL is a bad guy no doubt, but
with Kerry as prez, there is hope that logic
and common sense can prevail. Vote Bush and
we get a strike, eventually cause of his
inflexibility and steadfastedness. With Kerry
we can maybe build a real coalition, tackle the
mid east with profound vigilance, instead of
being waltzed through intel errors, by chalabi
and the Iranians... god this president and his adminstration
have piled up mistakes like a veritable rugby match.

missing explosives, 1000 dead americans, no doubt many
of them resulting due to the same missing plastic explosive
that bush trades barbs with senator Kerry about,
20k permanent disabilities for US soldiers, 1 in 6
mental disabilities, 100,000 dead iraqis..,
$50/barrel oil.... and on and on...
abu gahrib.... what the
hell has happened to our country. the good ole USA

Vote Kerry on November 2.

Tom Peters on Imagination

tom peters on the next step .....
after the information age..

MSNBC - What Is a War President?

MSNBC - What Is a War President?

FDRs son discuss GWBs lack of plan in Iraq, lack of a true coalition,
and how he contrasts with FDR and the big war. No comparison.

Thursday, October 28, 2004

Kerry Landslide, Republicans Predict Decisive Bush Defeat

(October 27, 2004 -- 04:52 PM EDT // link // print)
Now do you understand why the GOP is putting so much muscle into its nation-wide voter suppression campaign?

According to these polling results put out today by the Republican polling firm of Fabrizio, McLaughlin & Associates, if Kerry gets strong minority voter turnout he'll beat President Bush fairly decisively.
-- Josh Marshall

Kerry Landslide - from Ben Franklin

"He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else. "
- Ben Franklin

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Kerry Landslide Incoming Part 2

Of Course A Kerry Landslide

Halley says it, pointedly, directly, without spin
the USA is sick of Bush, even this fiscally conservative
republican. Kerry landslide incoming....

I think we're going to be mightily surprised when Kerry wins a landslide next week. We've been living under a reign of Republican terror where you have to go into hiding if you're a Democrat, and if you're a Republican, you're forced to whisper around town if you have a single justifiable criticism of this lamed-assed administration. All this silence is keeping us from seeing the obvious -- Bush is over.

strong>Bush has made it embarrassing to be a Republican and nearly impossible to call yourself a conservative.

There's no "there" there in this Republican party. You can't stand for fiscal responsibility and restraint if you're a Bush supporter. You can't stand for fairness or for that tattered document, The Constitution, if you're a Bush supporter.

Kerry Landslide begins…

Slate Votes
At this magazine, it's Kerry by a landslide!
Posted Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2004, at 3:32 PM PT

We asked our staff and contributors: Who are you supporting for president and why? These are their responses. Click here to see who Slate voted for in the 2000 election. Click here to read Editor Jacob Weisberg's explanation of why we're sharing this information with our readers.

Red Sox Break the Curse, Soon America Breaks the (Bush) Curse

Congrats to the team members,
the fans, and to america

Red Sox break the!!!!
the Babe can finally sleep soundly...

we won't get fooled. .... again....
time to break the Bush curse

Monday, October 25, 2004

President Bush flipflops in Colorado about bin Laden, Tora Bora and Al Queda!

Nothing is his Fault Talking Points Memo: by Joshua Micah Marshall

Our forgetful and out of touch president flips then flops about bin Laden, Tora Bora, and what war he seems to be waging. Employing logical fallacy to avoid answering, rebutting or responding to questions on his poor results.

the Prez is consistent however,
...he avoids all responsibility in remark after remark.

(October 25, 2004 -- 05:51 PM EDT // link // print)
Josh writes...

Nothing's his fault.

The president today in Colorado ...

Now my opponent is throwing out the wild claim that he knows where bin Laden was in the fall of 2001, and that our military passed up the chance to get him in Tora Bora. This is an unjustified criticism of our military commanders in the field. Reality = wild claim.

-- Josh Marshall

U.S. Concludes Bin Laden Escaped at Tora Bora Fight
Failure to Send Troops in Pursuit Termed Major Error

By Barton Gellman and Thomas E. Ricks
Washington Post Staff Writers
Wednesday, April 17, 2002; Page A01

The Bush administration has concluded that Osama bin Laden was present during the battle for Tora Bora late last year and that failure to commit U.S. ground troops to hunt him was its gravest error in the war against al Qaeda, according to civilian and military officials with first-hand knowledge

Our Christian president could use a little confession.

Sunday, October 24, 2004

Bush fails to capture bin Laden at Tora Bora

ignore the historical revisionism, the repositioning, the repackaging, the remarketing. the singular most crucial military and strategic target on
prez bush's "war on terror" was fumbled and missed at Tora Bora. PERIOD.

maybe distractions of Iraq invasion planning, caused Bush to fail to follow through.
had president Bush executed (CEO speak for get the job done) he might not have
to resort to LIES to recapture the white house. Will this president take
responsibility for anything?

Look at the lede of this Washington Post article from April 17, 2002 ...

The Bush administration has concluded that Osama bin Laden was present during the battle for Tora Bora late last year and that failure to commit U.S. ground troops to hunt him was its gravest error in the war against al Qaeda, according to civilian and military officials with first-hand knowledge.
That really says it all.

Let the 'voter' harassment Begin..

Talking Let the Harassment Begin, by Joshua Micah Marshall

Republican party in Ohio recruits thousands of poll watchers paid $100 ea, to challenge as many newly registered democractic voters as possible.
read more in Josh's blog.

Location: san francisco, California, United States

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