Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Bubba's back, Kerry's got him

Bubba's back, Kerry's got him

If you'll read the article, it is all about Clinton. So was this a rally for clinton, or for Kerry?

Monday, October 18, 2004

Putin: Terrorists want Bush to lose election

Article about Putin's recent statement

"International terrorism has as its goal to prevent the election of President Bush to a second term," he said. "If they achieve that goal, then that will give international terrorism a new impulse and extra power."

So the terrorists are rooting for Kerry. How....reassuring.

Thursday, October 14, 2004

Saddam/Al-Qaeda/9-11 links

Finally: New Iraqi documents connect the dots to a vast conspiracy linking Saddam to al-Qaeda.
The truth comes out.....

Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Edwards' Christopher Reeve quote

Stem Cell Research Article
Excerpts from article:
"First, the inability of the human spinal cord to regenerate is one of the great mysteries of biology. The answer is not remotely around the corner. It could take a generation to unravel. To imply, as Edwards did, that it is imminent if only you elect the right politicians is scandalous.
"As a doctor by training, I've known better than to believe the hype -- and have tried in my own counseling of the newly spinal-cord injured to place the possibility of cure in abeyance. I advise instead to concentrate on making a life (and a very good life it can be) with the hand one is dealt. The greatest enemy of this advice has been the snake-oil salesmen promising a miracle around the corner. I never expected a candidate for vice president to be one of them...the implication that Christopher Reeve was prevented from getting out of his wheelchair by the Bush stem cell policies is a travesty."

Monday, October 11, 2004

Citizens Against Government Waste

Citizens Against Government Waste: "$50,000,000 added in conference for an indoor rainforest project in Coralville, Iowa by Senate Finance Committee Chairman Charles Grassley (R-Iowa). The project, which originally was included in the Energy Policy Act of 2003 bill that failed to pass in December, 2003, became so indispensable that Sen. Grassley added it to the Omnibus Appropriations Bill in late January 2004. When completed, Iowa will have the world�s largest enclosed rainforest, spanning five acres. A local businessman, Ted Townsend (heir to the Townsend meat-packing fortune), came up with this idea while contemplating his legacy on a treadmill. Since then, Townsend has worked to see that taxpayers will pay dearly for his dream to be realized. The project, which is estimated to cost $225 million, includes a generous $5 million from Townsend. This tropical boondoggle has some big name supporters, such as former Iowa Governor Bob Ray (R), who is the chairman of the institute Townsend founded to oversee the production of the rainforest. Ray imagines that it will solve the state's demographic problems by drawing more people to move to Iowa. Ray also believes that mass quantities of retiring baby boomers will crisscross the country to visit the indoor rainforest. Senator Grassley claims that it will somehow help the University of Iowa. Ultimately, this project will do nothing for Iowa's population, energy industry, or the environment, but it will soak the taxpayers. "

That is just dumb

Kerry in the Lead

Leading up to the debate in Arizona, Kerry opens up a margin.link

BTW, this is a zogby poll. Very un-parttisan.

Thursday, October 07, 2004

The Dark Side is seductive

The path of the dark side is seductive...

Darth Vader Mugs Pizza Man

Some one is trying to ruin the spotless image of Darth Vader....


Wednesday, October 06, 2004

In case you're interested...

Article: Malaysian man married for the 53rd time--
Website: Low down on the Presidental Debates
Website: You don't have to submit your personal info to read from the NY Times and Washington Post if you go to this website and get a free username and password. Check it out.
Listen online: Sean Hannity radio show.
Listen online: Scott Wilder radio show.

Feel free to comment/rant about your thoughts on these links....

Friday, October 01, 2004


In this season of debates, I was thinking of one that seems to keep popping up. So, I thought we might as well get it settled once and for all.
Here is the subject:
Should we legalize drugs, since the war against them is obviously being lost?

Rules: No ad hominems or red herrings allowed.