Left of Center: By Yukkione: November 2005
Audience in a can
Wednesday, November 30, 2005
Time : 6:32 PM

Tough times for President Bush means more speeches.. more speeches in front of captive military audiences. I'm sick of it. The military does not belong to his political point of view, and should not be relegated as a back drop to his political grandstanding. Let this gadfly get in front of a real audience, of real citizens. More tough talk on staying the course in Iraq. I tell you.. we'll never be out of there, you see.. it's about securing our vital corporate interests, not about freeing a nation.

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What do you think?
Tuesday, November 29, 2005
Time : 5:07 PM

The Situation: The leader of a gang hears from sources that a rival gang leader has been staying at the house of your neighbor. He orders people under him to kill the rival. In the process of going after the rival, several members of your neighbors family are killed. The rival gang leader had not been there. The gang leader is arrested and at his trial explains that the killing of your neighbors family had been an accident, and that he had gotten bad information. Should his sentence be any less? What if on his orders over 30000 innocent people had been killed? What if the gang leader was the leader of a nation? What if he was George Bush?

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Tuesday, November 15, 2005
Time : 6:08 AM

Interesting... if you type the word failure into the Google search engine.. You'll get the official George Bush Biography. Those silly leftys.. slanting the listing with their unscrupulous links.

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Time : 5:59 AM

Fallacies do not cease to be fallacies because they become fashions.
- GK Chesterton

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Our Borders
Friday, November 11, 2005
Time : 2:06 AM

"Both Bushes embraced the “open borders” immigration policy the Wall Street Journal has trumpeted for two decades. Result: We have 10-15 million illegal aliens in our country, among whom gangs like the murderous Mara Salvatrucha are proliferating. Native-born California taxpayers are fleeing the Golden State, as Third World tax consumers pour in. So great is the crisis on the Mexican border even the liberal Democratic governors of New Mexico and Arizona have declared states of emergency. Meanwhile 35,000 U.S. troops stand guard—on the border of South Korea."
Patrick J. Buchanan
Posted Nov 10, 2005

Tens of thousands of illegal's cross our border every month unimpeded. Yet the Bush administation thinks that killing over 30,000 Iraqis will make us safer. But he's a good Christian man so I ought to trust him on this. Our Republican freinds in Congress and the Whitehouse refuse to fund more border guards and detention facilities. Thanks to them our security remains compromised.

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All we ask, is for a simple up or down vote.
Wednesday, November 09, 2005
Time : 6:27 AM

Pick a card.. any card.. God I hate talking points. It's easy for them to say, they have the deck stacked in their favor. They certainly didn't give Harriet Miers an up or down vote. Why? because the evangelical right are the ones doing a damned good job stacking the deck. To go against them is to go against God itself. It seems to me that groups that make money and influence politics should be paying taxes. God can reimburse them in the hereafter.

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Torture me softly
Tuesday, November 08, 2005
Time : 11:09 PM

So President Bush is against torture... at least that's what he says. So why does the person in the White House who actually makes the decisions condone it? Dick Cheney has fought hard to get the Congress to vote against the proposed law to ban torture. Dick Cheney is evil, pure and simple. Dick Cheney may think he is acting in the best interest of the U.S, but he is so far removed from reality that his judgment is clouded. George Bush never had reality to be removed from. That's why he was selected/chosen. Because with the proper handling he was elect able. Because people could get their agendas moving. Because he wouldn't impede the flow of events as planned by Neocons. It's time George Bush woke up and took his job back. It's time he said goodbye to his Crawford property, and really took the business of running the country seriously. It's time he cleaned house and got people that were qualified, sober, and moral.

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Welcome to my Blog
Sunday, November 06, 2005
Time : 8:04 AM

Idiot news casters, right wing blogs, evangelical zombies....I must counteract them!

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