Posted by: on Sep 30, 2004 | No Comments

He won, according to just about everybody — including the now notoriously bias Gallup.
Show some love to our next president.
…BTW, sorry I didn’t make it Matt. I was exhausted after having to shift out of Dem HQ due to a HUGE turnout and having find another venue just to see the damn TV, which just happened to be throwing a party after the debate for Ross Mirkarimi for Supervisor. Met the guy, and I liked him, so am keeping an eye on him from here on out. I’ll donate my time/$ should I find myself on the same page. He’s been endorsed by Gonzalez, which already makes me lean towards him.

MSNBC cans Luntz

Posted by: on Sep 29, 2004 | No Comments

Background here.
Congratulate MSNBC for at least doing one thing right:
One MSNBC Plaza
Secaucus, NJ 07094
Phone: (201) 583-5000
Fax: (201) 583-5453
…BTW, I’ll be at Dem HQ tomorrow evening for the debate. I’m either then going to Matt’s or hanging out with the Drinking Liberally crowd at Martuni’s. Most probably both…
UPDATE: Ohhhh… Debate Drinking Games! Although I think if Bush mutters “safer” and “Saddam” in the same sentence, that’s worth two. Also worth noting Bush hasn’t uttered “Osama bin Laden” in public in 16 months, so that should be worth like a whole pitcher.


Posted by: on Sep 17, 2004 | No Comments

…oversamples Republicans. Ain’t that just grand.

Missives from the Kremlin BC04

Posted by: on Sep 17, 2004 | No Comments

Running with the Cheney line in an email today, again reminding us that if we don’t make the right choice on 11/2, the terrorists have won:

This election is critical for our nation.
The choice is between winning the war on terror by defending the homeland, taking the battle to the terrorists and fighting them where they live and train

Swaggart: License to Kill

Posted by: on Sep 16, 2004 | No Comments

The General writes a letter suggesting heterosexually-challenged Paul Crouch of the Trinity Broadcasting Network strike first before Jimmy Swaggart kills him and tells God “he died.”

Friendly Reminder

Posted by: on Sep 14, 2004 | 2 Comments

I respect all your good-intentioned principles. Really, I do. I too wish Kerry said the Iraq war was wrong, and I also wish he supported full equal protection under the law — even for the Godless homosexuals.
However, your inability to understand the reality on the ground and the gravity of the situation is endlessly irritating.
So, I leave you with this thought:
Come November 2nd, either Bush or Kerry will be elected. Protest votes will benefit Bush, unless you’re a Libertarian, and I don’t think you are. In 2000, when Nader was less, um, insane than he is now, how many electoral votes did he win? ZERO. That’s right. Zilch. Nada. Zippo. 2004 will be no different.


Posted by: on Sep 14, 2004 | No Comments

Mentioned him yesterday, but Salon’s got more on Oklahoma Senate candidate Tom Coburn. He’s already in the House, and is actually ahead in the polls…

For Coburn, the imminent danger facing America is apparently not terrorism but the “gay agenda.” His thumping about this menace within contributed to the pressure that led to Bush’s endorsement of a constitutional amendment to outlaw gay marriage. At a Republican meeting this spring, Coburn warned: “The gay community has infiltrated the very centers of power in every area across this country, and they wield extreme power … That agenda is the greatest threat to our freedom that we face today. Why do you think we see the rationalization for abortion and multiple sexual partners? That’s a gay agenda.”

At a House subcommittee meeting on the Safe Drinking Water Act in 1996, which heard testimony on the danger of the parasite cryptosporidium, which had killed 104 and sickened 400,000 in Milwaukee in 1993 and killed 19 in Las Vegas in 1994, Coburn displayed his expertise as a doctor. The lethal spores, he held forth, “can sometimes … be very helpful — for doctors — because it helps us identify those people who in fact are immuno-compromised.”

As a doctor, he also sterilized a woman without her consent, then illegally billed Medicaid for the procedure.
For all his fine contributions, Shrub appointed him chairman of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV and AIDS in 2003.


Posted by: on Sep 14, 2004 | No Comments

Check out this wingnut over at Amazon reviewing Kelley’s “The Family”…

I’m watching Ms. Kelly, on Hardball right now, and Chris Matthews is grilling her with the infamous “unnamed sources”, “logical assumptions”, and flat out lies that compile the content in this book. There’s NOTHING on the record in this book. Quite frankly, Ms. Kelley appeared to be on cocaine herself during this interview. For Amazon to keep this book on the shelves, is Un-American. Many mainstream, “Liberal” news agencies have canceled interviews with her and now she’s suing them. I hope Ms. Kelley gets what she deserves…a lifetime in Leavenworth.

What is it with these people? Life in prison? I just think they need some good ol’ fashioned buttsex…