John McCain: The Candidate Of Change

January 31, 2008 | Filed Under Activism, Elections, Humor, political | Leave a Comment 

Every candidate, including Senator John McCain, has tried to roll with the “change” buzz word.  If by “change” we mean turning gay, then John McCain might have the leg up on this one.  I guess Senator McCain’s best defense against that argument is that he loves Bush, go figure.

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Media Speculates: Did Obama Snub Clinton?

January 29, 2008 | Filed Under deception, Gossip, media, Media Bias | Leave a Comment 

Barack Obama - Hillary Clinton snubbed?

Ron Paul has a new ad out!

January 29, 2008 | Filed Under Elections | Leave a Comment 

 Forgive me for being excited about Ron Paul, but I’m still riding a high I acquired from listening to him and his thoughts about politics over the last year.

Ron Paul’s latest television ad

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He’s a brilliant man and even if he doesn’t win the GOP nomination, he has helped invigorate a new generation of politicos.  Youth voters represent the future and  between Ron Paul, Dennis Kucinich and Barack Obama– young Americans have a lot to be excited about.

Update: New Message from Ron Paul

Message from Ron

When I started this campaign more than a year ago, I was a somewhat reluctant candidate. I knew our message of freedom, peace, and prosperity was the right one for our country, but frankly, I didn’t know how many people today would have ears to hear it.

Well, did I learn a lesson! Millions of Americans understand what ails our country, and what is needed to fix it. So, with you at my side, I am in this effort to win. Not only by building the ideas of liberty, but by getting the nomination. Our opponents would call that nuts — you know, the advocates of more inflation, more spending, more taxes, more war. But let me explain why they are, as usual, all wet.

For one thing, for the first time since 1952, we are headed towards a brokered convention. Instead of a coronation of one of the establishment candidates, the delegates, influenced by the people, will decide. And I am afraid that this will take place in a time of heightened economic crisis. That means even more Americans will be ready to hear our message. But it also means I am really going to need your help.

One would never know this from the mainstream media, but we’ve only had a few primaries and caucuses, and even after the extremely important date of February 5th, we will still have more than half to go. And the Republican nominee will not be decided by the popular vote among the “leading candidates” in a few states also handpicked by the media. The nominee will be decided by the delegates. So let me tell you a little about our “under-the-radar” strategy to get those delegates.

On “Super Tuesday,” February 5th, there will be 22 primaries and caucuses. I have a hunch that we’re going to do very well. But, of course, the media and the rest of the establishment refuse to recognize that. It’s the attitude of the small child who covers his eyes to make something scary go away. But we are not going away.

While the media focus on the couple of states they claim are important, we’re competing everywhere. And the reason that we’re able to do that is because of your grassroots support. You all are an asset that no other campaign has: donors, and activists who want no special deals from the government, just the Constitution.

We’re competing very strongly in all the caucus states, and in all other states where delegates are up for grabs. And we’re going to keep picking up delegates. Our strategy’s already working.

And we’re committed to winning states. I have little doubt that if we can double our efforts in this coming week, we’re going to grab many delegates from other candidates. Then we’ll start getting ready for the biggest moment of all – the convention in September.

The path to the convention is twisty, however. When we were in Iowa, we got 10% of the vote. But no delegates were awarded that night. That’s because voters didn’t directly choose national convention delegates; they selected the county and state delegates who will make that decision. And if another candidate like Mike Huckabee is no longer in the race at the time of the state convention in June, his delegates are free to support whomever they want. If we work extra hard, we can convert them into delegates for our campaign!

A similar thing happened in Nevada. We won 14% of the straw poll vote that the media reported on, but what they didn’t tell you was that we may have gotten up to a third of Nevada’s delegates to their county conventions! I always laughed when I heard some people say Nevada didn’t matter. Nevada chooses more delegates to the national convention than South Carolina.

So, while the media will focus on the results from Florida, and probably take down the campaign of my friend Rudy in the process, those results are less important to you and me. Let them fight in Florida while we bring our message to Americans in other areas, like the economically hard-hit state of Maine.

We want to win as many delegates to the Republican National Convention as possible, even if other campaigns don’t see some areas of the country as “important. But in this work, I need your help. Help me get many, many delegates to this historic convention, by these three methods.

1. Donate. Your generous contributions are essential if we’re going to keep going until September. We need, frankly $5 million by February 5 to run more TV and radio ads in the Super Tuesday states. Your help means everything:

2. Canvass. You can help us identify those who support our message in your precinct. You can help us to convert others, too. After all, your neighbors pay attention to you. I am going to visit as much of the country as I can, but I need you as my partner in your area:

3. ASK others to sign-up on our website. I meet so many people on the campaign trail who don’t even receive my letters! I’ve told my campaign to make communication with you, the engine of all this, much better. But if people don’t sign up for my e-mails, that won’t happen. If you could just get one extra person to sign-up, that would be great. More would be tremendous.

Help me by forwarding this e-mail to every other Ron Paul supporter you know, and urging them to join our efforts!

We’ve come so far, but now the fun is really starting! I have a feeling the mainstream media will move from ignoring us to attacking us. But that will be a sign of our success. Join me as we continue this great movement into year two, and to a hot convention in Minneapolis-Saint Paul. We can do it!




the Sorry State of the Union

January 29, 2008 | Filed Under Activism, Humor, political, propaganda, Speeches | Leave a Comment 

I watched the state of the union address and I’m sorry to say that I was disappointed by the speech that the President gave.  He seemed intent on hammering his partisan points home and rallying the Republican base.  It may have been good from a political standpoint for Republicans, but it was a disaster in my opinion for the nation.

Congress is woefully divided and a unity message might have been more helpful. Although politics in America is highly polarized, so it could be that a Unity speech would have gone on def ears. Below is a comic that illustrates the point of view of people who aren’t in President Bush’s ever-shrinking circle.

the sorry state of the union

Read more about the 2008 State of the Union Address.

Presidential Candidates – Cartoon Style

January 28, 2008 | Filed Under Elections, government, News | 1 Comment 

political humor comic of the candidates

Making Fun Of Jesus Is Popular

January 27, 2008 | Filed Under Humor, political, religion | Leave a Comment 

Lately, I’ve seen a lot of mocking of Jesus and religion and I can’t help but wonder if this is a backlash against evangelists who have treated atheists like animals over the years. Picked this up off of reddit, not sure who this site belongs to: “Amazing, Threat Alert Jesus

 Threat Alert Jesus

The atheist community is on a tear these days and they won’t stop until they’ve obliterated the “Christian” nation and other religious groups who threaten their liberties and way of life.  Can we chalk this up as a survival and defense mechanism?

Barack Obama’s Victory Speech – SC

January 26, 2008 | Filed Under Elections, News | Leave a Comment 

Barack Obama gave a brilliant victory speech in South Carolina today.  It was reminiscent of his speech in Iowa where he electrified the audience and gave pundits a reason to whisper about the demise of the Clinton era.

South Carolina, Barack Obama – Victory Speech

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Republicans Betray America as Democrats Cower in Fear

January 26, 2008 | Filed Under Activism | 1 Comment 

Democrats Betray the American Spirit

“The Senate (reportedly still under Democratic control) seems determined to help President Bush violate Americans’ civil liberties and undermine the constitutional separation of powers. Majority Leader Harry Reid is supporting White House-backed legislation that would expand the administration’s ability to spy on Americans without court supervision and ensure that the country never learns the full extent of Mr. Bush’s illegal wiretapping program.”

The above words are the introduction to a NY op-ed piece that should enrage any American.  It is true, that if American justice is to receive any vindication over the next few years, Democrats need to step up to the plate.  Up until now, Democrats have cowered in fear over the prospect of being labeled “un-American” and un-Patriotic!”  They continuously bow before the fear-mongering neo-conservative terrorist-spouting cowards.

Actions of the Democrats make them almost as loathsome as their neo-conservative masters.  The end result will be a collective driven by American slaves and it’ll be the fault of the cowards in Congress who refused to stand up for the rights of American citizens.  Our liberty is in danger and the men and women in power do nothing as it is stripped from us.  The truth is slipping out of reach and for what reason?


Bush Receives Professional Medical Diagnosis

January 26, 2008 | Filed Under Activism, Humor, political, propaganda | Leave a Comment 

President George W. Bush – 9/10 Doctors Agree

President Bush

President Bush – Love or Hate him, Americans are never at a loss for anti-Bush propaganda.  Bush jokes, quotes and other satire probably comprise of the majority of the content of online political websites.  The photo was taken by Fred Melmoth

Deadly Anthrax, an American Concoction

January 26, 2008 | Filed Under War | Leave a Comment 

Interesting bit on Youtube about the use of Anthrax as a biochemical weapon and how it most likely came from the United States.  In fact, the show below explains how the specific strand of Anthrax in question could only have been manufactured in the United States by our Department of Defense.  

History Channel’s show Conspiracies – United States BioDefense Program

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If you would like to learn more about Anthrax or the United States covering up the tracks of Anthrax, you can check out this article at the Anti-War Website.  “Covering the Tracks of Anthrax Attacks.

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