"Jennings, a Mormon, will donate 10 percent of his winnings to his church."
That cry generally means human life is being protected somewhere in the world. Today, for the NYTimes, is also means the Gray Lady is waging, interestingly it's own war against choice--the choice of religious hospitals not to perform abortions.
Earlier this week, congressional investigators told the Senate Committee on Government Affairs that Saddam Hussein and his cronies may have stolen as much as $21.3 billion from the program. This money went to Saddam's military and into the pockets of corrupt business people outside of Iraq -- some French and Russian companies are among those implicated. Saddam used some of the skimmed-off money to pay the families of suicide bombers who blew up innocent Israeli civilians.
He even used some to help finance worldwide protests against the U.N. sanctions, which is something to think about the next time you head to downtown Portland to block some traffic for the Movement.
Secretary of State Rice will stand as an example of the greatness of America, a country where, after much struggle, people are judged not on the color of their skin but on the content of their character. We're confident that one day even liberals will appreciate this.
One would think that property taxes in Madison, WI can't go any higher. Well, one would obviously be a Republican and wrong.
The following are items I would scrap in 7 short strokes of a pen.
Hiring a fiscal efficiency auditor to analyze city spending, initiatives and services and offer recommendations on potential consolidations and efficiencies; Moving forward on a Department of Civil Rights that will provide new services in language assistance, a recruiter, fair housing testing and minimum wage enforcement (both the auditor and the Department of Civil Rights will require final Council approval early next year); Implementing an automated recycling system; Hiring an Alcohol Policy Coordinator, in conjunction with the University; Training project managers to shepherd large development projects through city processes; Purchasing new computer software to streamline development review; Investing $50,000 in energy-saving initiatives set forth by the Mayor’s Energy Task Force.
We cannot wait another 4 years to stand against the war and rampant social injustice of another Bush Administration. A coalition of social, political, and religious activists have come together to protest the coronation of George W. Bush. We invite you and all your friends and family to join hundreds of thousands in the streets of Washington, DC.
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"As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron."-H.L. Mencken (1880 - 1956)
My best guess is that the attitude toward 'plain folks' and toward George Bush represented by this quotation is approximately 93% of the reason he is going to be re-inaugurated. Insulting the folks one is trying to win and underestimating the opponent seems to be a surefire recipe for losing an election.
Isn't it time to begin making sophomoric jokes about Cheney so we can follow this dark period with 8 years of him?
I come not to demean Caesar but to bury him.
Much as I enjoy Mencken's acid prose, I am inclined to agree. Ridiculing the American peasants who voted in lockstep for the Shrub would do little more than reinforce their "Virtuous Us vs. the Sinful World" mindset for the next election. Since the Repubs won them by appealing to their most basic (one might even say basest) emotions, we would have to crack that block with similar tactics:
1: Pointing out that they sold their birthright for a mess of pottage-- empty promises to legalize discrimination against "sinners." Even with a more fundamentalist Supreme Court, I think the touted amendment unlikely to pass.
2. Convincing them they were also swindled in simple bread-and-butter terms -- that they are no better off, in fact are much worse off after eight years under the Shrub (I think this will be almost a given).
3-- And this one would require a lot of work and a great deal of luck-- providing solid proof that the election was stolen, and hammering on it as relentlessly as the Repubs hammered on Gays, Guns and God. The realization that the Repubs actually had to steal the election, even with the godly's dedicated help, would be most deflating.
Rasmussen Reports Weekly Update—November 12, 2004
Values Voters? : The emerging conventional wisdom in some parts of Washington society is that values voters somehow dominated Election 2004. However, the data shows that National Security Issues were number one. From the beginning, this election was dominated by the War with Iraq and divided over the President's handling of that situation.
Cultural Issues: While Iraq was the top issue, 55% of voters said that the same-sex marriage issue was somewhat or very important to them. Those who said the issue was very important overwhelmingly support a traditional definition of marriage. It is also worth noting that those who are pro-Choice on abortion are divided on the issue of same-sex marriage. Fifty-three percent (53%) of voters say that they the pray every day or nearly every day.
USA Fair and Decent: One values related issue that has not received much attention is perceptions of the United States as a nation. Sixty-two percent (62%) of voters say that American society is generally fair and decent. Republicans and unaffiliated voters share this view, but Democrats are divided and 41% of John Kerry's party say that American society is generally unfair and discriminatory.
Social Security: In his post-Election Press Conference, President Bush announced that Social Security Reform will be on the agenda. Our latest survey confirms what many others have shown, that support for Social Security reform is stronger among voters than among politicians.
Economic Confidence: The Rasmussen Investor Index reached its highest level in more than a month today. However, both the Investor Index and the Rasmussen Consumer Index remain below peaks established in early January.
President Bush: The President's Job Approval is at 54%, up a couple of points since Election Day.
I saw that article on Beaverton's anti-discrimination ordinance in today's Oregonian and I think it would be and excellent thing for wwchd to work on. Also, getting rid of Gordon Smith in the next election.
[...]there is a statistically significant difference between the way in which politically affiliated liberals and conservatives process information. Specifically, liberals are more feeling while conservatives are more thinking.
At first, I though it was just another Sore Loserman (remember him?) type conspiracy. But then, I received more e-mails with links to websites that used some believable arguments. At the same time, no conservative website were responding. I started to worry that either the accusations were true or even if they were not, without any serious rebuttal, they would undermine Bush's presidency. In fact, pretty soon, I started receiving e-mails like this:
What actually happened on Nov. 2?
WARNING: The articles that you are about to read will convey a
sobering portrayal of the status of democracy in this country. Your
first reaction might be to discredit them as simply conspiracy
theories, but the facts don't lie, and the facts that are slowly
emerging about what actually happened on Nov. 2 are pointing to an
ominous conclusion: the election was stolen, but this time it was
done covertly and silently using electronic voting machines.
I was watching ABC's special 2004 election coverage when they called
Florida for Bush. Naturally, I was shocked. "What, that's it? No
uproar, no scandal, nothing? What about all those black community
leaders from Ohio and Florida I heard on the radio this morning
yelling about how excited they were that so many people showed up at
the polls?" Despair sunk in as I started to get the feeling that we
might lose. There was still hope though, because Ohio would decide
the election and Kerry had been a number of points ahead in the
polls there for a couple of days.
While I was waiting to see what was going to happen with Ohio, I
went to CNN.com to check out their up to the minute information as
more and more precincts reported in results. The interesting thing
about that website was that the exit polls, at the same time that
the actual results were counting Bush 52% to Kerry 48%, showed that
53% of women and 51% of men voted for Kerry. I took a screenshot at
about 1:00 am just because I had a feeling something might be going
on. It looks like I wasn't the only one who took a screenshot,
because there are pictures of CNN's website all over the internet
showing an odd discrepancy... at 1:41 am, the exit polls on CNN.com
suddenly changed; now, according to them, 52% of males and 50% of
females voted for Bush. The plot thickens.
The Ultimate Felony Against Democracy
Thom Hartmann is on this story and he's uncovering more and more
everyday, but he's also smart enough not to make outrageous claims
before all the evidence is in. So he brings our attention to the
larger issue at hand: why do we even need to ask ourselves if the
election results were tampered with? And how the hell did private
corporations all of a sudden become our democracy's vote-counters?
Evidence Mounts That The Vote Was Hacked
This is another one from Thom, but now it is about whether or not
the election actually was stolen, and it seems that there is an
accumulating amount of evidence being collected to prove it. I mean,
who would have thought that good 'ol Holmes County, a small county
in Florida with 72.7% of the population registered as Democrats,
would go 77.25% for Bush, while in larger counties where a
discrepancy like that would have definitely been noticed, high
percentages of registered Democrats meant high percentages of votes
for Kerry. This is just a taste, it gets worse.
Machine Error Gives Bush Extra Ohio Votes
The Associated Press is discovering very odd patterns in Ohio, too.
Apparently, "an electronic voting system gave President Bush 3,893
extra votes in suburban Columbus" and in a small precinct in
Franklin County, Bush received 4,258 votes to Kerry's 260 votes,
but, funny thing is, ONLY 638 VOTERS CAST BALLOTS IN THAT PRECINCT.
Keep in mind that this article is from the Associated Press on
CNN just changed their Ohio exit poll page
This is the graph that was changed on CNN.com.
Exit polls and actual results dont match; Evoting states show
The inconsistencies of exit polling with actual results were not
limited to Ohio, but they were not found in all states either. For
some reason, the states with the greatest discrepancies between exit
polling and actual results all had one thing in common: they used
electronic voting machines. The shocking chart that they've posted
on this website reveals that the scale of this fraud is potentially
so massive that Kerry may have even won the popular vote.
The shocking chart:
Surprising Pattern of Florida's Election Results
This chart compares, county by county, the numbers of registered
voters for each party, predicted voter turnouts, and "actual"
results. Counties with E-touch voting systems were generally
consistent with expected results, but counties using Op-Scan
machines "officially" experienced devastating declines in Democratic
voter turnout and massive increases in Republican turnout. In
Liberty County, a county with 7.9% registered Republicans and 88.3%
registered Democrats, the number of Republicans who voted was 712%
higher than expected while the Democratic turnout was 59.9% lower!
This voting pattern was experienced by almost all small counties
using Op-Scan machines, but only Op-Scan machines, and only small
counties where it wouldn't be so easily noticed.
If your into graphs, they did some interesting stuff with this data
(check out the last one especially):
You might be tiring of all this data, but if you try to talk to
anybody about this, YOU ARE GOING TO NEED IT. Most people in this
country believe we are living in a democracy, and when you show them
that even our right to vote has been sacrificed to the power of the
corporate machine, and that the American people don't actually get
to elect their representatives anymore, they will most likely not
believe you or simply write you off as a loony conspiracy theorist.
Hard facts are our only option, and even then, most people still
won't believe what you're telling them.
None the less, the American public is entitled to know the truth
about their government, their political parties, and their votes.
This is a crisis of democracy, regardless of whether or not the
election was stolen, but especially if it was, and that is
increasingly appearing to be the case. It is no wonder that George
W. Bush's second term would start with a crisis of democracy. If he
came to power by disenfranchising the American people, I can only
imagine what's in store for us in these next four years. We must
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There's nothing wrong with us using word of mouth to undermine the legitimacy of W's 'victory'. However - as far as a main strategy to move forward voter fraud won't work because it appeals mostly to the political junkie. Our challenge is to keep drawing in people who don't normally engage. I think Iraq is the central issue, it's Bush's achilles heal: the fact that it's based on lies, what it's doing to the Iraqis and our troops, and what it's doing to human needs at home, right in Forest Grove, as money goes into 'defense' contractors pockets while school days get cut and seniors lose their rest home coverage, etc. Local, creative actions to make people aware of the war could have more impact than big Portland marches, and wcchd is in the position to do it. Show up on Nov. 30, 6:30 pm at McMenimum's, upstairs in the Billy Scott rm, bring your ideas, get ready to fight back.
A terrible candidate (who supported more Bush initiatives the P Act & the I War for example - than some Republicans) of a party that has been betraying its base for at least 4 decades lost another election no more fraudulent than any other I've seen in the USA (e.g., Mayor Daley stealing the 1960 election for JFK). Big f'ing deal.
Can't we move on now to issues other than which wing of the imperial party should drag us ever further into fascism and war? That issue is dead for at least 4 years. I would suggest we work on getting the cities of Cornelius,Forest Grove & Gaston to pass anti-discrimination ordinances ala Beaverton,but I'm willing to work on almost anything that does not involve trying to relive the immediate past.
In the final presidential debate, John Kerry, a Catholic, did his level-best to talk about his faith. It is, he explained, "why I fight against poverty. That's why I fight to clean up the environment and protect this Earth. That's why I fight for equality and justice. All of those things come out of that fundamental teaching and belief of faith."
But, at the same time, Kerry said he could not "transfer" his faith onto other people by legislating it. This struck many as a political and theological dodge. Why is it OK to brag about imposing the minimum wage and affirmative action — issues his faith is largely silent on — based on God's will, but it's wrong to do the same thing on abortion when his church's views there are clear and ironclad? Kerry wanted it both ways: to claim he was guided by faith on the easy stuff but that he couldn't impose his religion when it wasn't politically advantageous.
Peace and tolerance have long been the words to live by in San Francisco, known for its large gay community, broad ethnic mix and frequent anti-war protests. But days after the election, many residents said they were so worried about an erosion of civil rights, environmental standards and the escalating violence in the Middle East, that they did not know how they could tolerate the Bush administration, or Americans who voted to re-elect him.
"I have family in Idaho, but I told my wife we're not going to visit them now. It's all Republicans there," said Ron Schmidt, a public relations executive. "We have family in Indiana and I don't want to go there either."
There are some who would say that I sound bitter, that now is the time for healing, to bring the nation together. Let me tell you a little story. Last night, I watched the returns come in with some friends here in Los Angeles. As the night progressed, people began to talk half-seriously about secession, a red state / blue state split. The reasoning was this: We in blue states produce the vast majority of the wealth in this country and pay the most taxes, and you in the red states receive the majority of the money from those taxes while complaining about 'em. We in the blue states are the only ones who've been attacked by foreign terrorists, yet you in the red states are gung-ho to fight a war in our name. We in the blue states produce the entertainment that you consume so greedily each day, while you in the red states show open disdain for us and our values. Blue state civilians are the actual victims and targets of the war on terror, while red state civilians are the ones standing behind us and yelling "Oh, yeah!? Bring it on!"
More than 40% of you Bush voters still believe that Saddam Hussein had something to do with 9/11. I'm impressed by that, truly I am. Your sons and daughters who might die in this war know it's not true, the people in the urban centers where al Qaeda wants to attack know it's not true, but those of you who are at practically no risk believe this easy lie because you can. As part of my concession speech, let me say that I really envy that luxury.
The resurgence of Al Qaeda, the debacle in Iraq, the explosion of the budget deficit and the failure to create jobs weren't things that just happened to occur on Mr. Bush's watch. They were the consequences of bad policies made by people who let ideology trump reality.
Stocks gained out of the gate after the Labor Department said U.S. nonfarm payrolls increased by 337,000 in October, about double the expectation. It was the largest gain in nonfarm payrolls since March. The average forecast of 39 economists surveyed by CBSMarketWatch was for nonfarm payroll gains of 175,000 jobs.
I'll be starting a long-planned break next week, to work on a economics textbook. I'll be back in January.
Now that the National Dejections are over, I am going to resume my Thursday night remembrance of American youth lost in Iraq at Rogers park. Anyone wishing to join me is welcome. I will start about 5:30 and stay an hour.I couldn't go. I was in a bar celebrating. But then I was tempted again:
If they really decide to do this, I will go. BTW, this sounds very similar to what James Taranto saw in Boston during the Democratic National Convention:
Thanks for being steadfast. One idea I've been having is to do a local action on Inaugural day around the fallen in Iraq. The American Friends Service Committee has been putting on 'One thousand boots' demonstrations in public parks. People bring a thousand pairs of boots to a public space to stand for fallen US troops. They also bring childrens shoes and 'civilian' shoes to stand for the Iraqi casualties. It makes a sobering disply, also it's an action that can involve literally hundreds of people. We have over a hundred people that we surveyed who oppose the war in Iraq and we could contact each one, as well as the rest of WCCHD's base.
The Agony of the Feet
The next day, the pantomime Gongsters are gone from Copley Square. In their place are shoes--thousands and thousands of shoes. Multitudes of boots are arranged carefully on the lawn, with a sign explaining, "These 907 pairs of boots represent the U.S. soldiers killed in the Iraq war." Then there's a sloppy pile of shoes with another sign: "These 1,000 pairs of shoes represent a small fraction of the estimated 16,000 Iraqis killed in the war."
There are no million shoes for Saddam Hussein's Iraqi, Iranian and Kuwaiti victims; only his American victims seem to matter, and only those Iraqis killed in connection with a U.S. military intervention. Come to think of it, there also are no 3,000 pairs of shoes for those who died at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon--even though the group sponsoring this display styles itself Sept. 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows.
We approach a middle-aged man of ample girth, who seems to be in charge. "How many shoes do you have for Saddam Hussein's victims?" we ask.
He stands silent, facing us. He seems to be staring us down, but we have no way of knowing for sure, as he's wearing sunglasses, even though the day is overcast. Finally, after perhaps 15 seconds, he breaks the silence:
"Shame on you," he says.
He explains that his group has simply chosen--arbitrarily, if we understand him correctly--to highlight the U.S. soldiers and Iraqi civilians killed in the liberation. He offers an analogy: "There are books that are written about one thing, there are books that are written about other things."
We persist: Saddam's victims don't count unless they're American?
"Somebody else is dealing with that."
We point to the shoes representing the fallen soldiers: "Yeah, these guys are dealing with that."
Whereupon he says: "It saddens me deeply to see the anger in your face." And we suppose he has a point. We are ticked off at just that moment. There's something especially despicable about those who exploit the memories of American soldiers to further the false claim that they died for an unjust cause.
The Democrats have lost their leader in the Senate, Tom Daschle. I do not know what the Democratic Party spent, in toto, on the 2004 election, but what they seem to have gotten for it is Barack Obama. Let us savor.
The elites of Old Europe are depressed. Savor. The nonelites of Old Europe, and the normal folk of New Europe, especially our beloved friend Poland, will not be depressed, and many will be happy. Let's savor that too.
George Soros cannot buy a presidential election. Savor. "Volunteers" who are bought and paid for cannot beat volunteers who come from the neighborhood, church, workplace and reading group. Savor.
The leaders of the Bush effort see it this way: A ragtag band of more than a million Republican volunteers who fought like Washington's troops at Valley Forge beat the paid Hessians of King George III's army. Savor.
My condolences also go out you and to our cities, county, state and country. Oregon has once again chosen to vote a selfish pocketbook and backward social agenda into law. Through machines that can't be checked, or recounted, the corrupt Bush administration has stolen yet another election, only much more slickly this time than last. Our nation is the victim of a masterful crime. You may be feeling much like I am: depressed, angry, even a little sick, and certainly fearful of what the next four years will bring, but know this, the house of cards was beginning to topple as the summer turned to autumn. Reports suppressed until after the election will be coming out over the next few months...and as time goes on people will see how they were manipulated and used by a vicious and immoral gang who draped themselves with false competence and morality.Yes, I voted my "selfish pocketbook and backward social agenda" because you refuse to let me have any say in how the money I earn should be sepnt.
So the work goes on...resistance is not futile. Alana and I would personally like to organize for a National Strike on Jan. 20th - inauguration day (a Thursday this year). Whatever we do, know that we are stronger for the work already done, and together we can accomplish much more.
I LOVE the idea of a National Strike on Inauguration day!!!! The good thing that has come out of all this is the strong network of progressives that has formed. (I just HAVE to believe there's something good that came of this or I'll become suicidal.) Many, many, many thanks to the two of you for all your hard work!!!Suicidal? Isn't it enough that Republicans are winning because of Row effect?
What I think is that there may be some good come of this. True, Bush will think every American aside from a few gay literate bearded communist mullahs are 101% behind him (and God) in the fight against rational thought, and act on it. But to be frank, I never believed Kerry was going to pull America's chestnuts out of the fire Bush dropped them in. The situation was well nigh irretrievable -- you're in Iraq, in debt, and in trouble. Maybe it's better Bush suffer the inevitable consequences than a Democrat president. Had the situation blown up in the face of Kerry, it would have discredited the liberal approach to politics for another generation. The best we could expect is that both sides would be discredited, but realistically we know all that would have happened is that the Republicans would screech, "we should've stayed the course! Bush was right!" But... Kerry isn't president. Bush is. Let Bush be proven wrong in the eyes of the world.How about the following? I may be working with one of these people!!!
It's going to be hard on everyone, though. I don't envy Americans... but at least there's someone who's going to suffer far worse -- Iraqis and any other Arab nation Bush sets his sights on.
From what I've heard so far, the vote divided dramatically. Overwhelming support for Kerry in the urban parts of the U.S. -- the northeast and west coast. Support for Bush was in the predominantly rural and right-wing areas of America -- the sunbelt and cactus belt, the bible belt, cattle and oil country. I've struggled with the concept and think I can sum it up -- Peasant America elected Bush; Bourgeois America voted Kerry. (And Patrician America chose the candidates for you.)
The notion of an American peasantry is rather shocking, but does make sense. They voted largely symbolic issues -- a friend of mine put it God, Guns, and Gays. (He might have added Gas.) Like a Russian peasant, he (the American peasant) is loyal to God, Czar, and Holy Mother Russia, and distrusts egg-head Jews from the the city. "Foreigners" are invading Germans, invading Turks, invading Mongols.... and, lately, Arab terrorists.
Once again, a host of high light beings has requested me to speak on their behalf. We wish our voices to be heard around the world because the world is keenly watching the presidential election outcome in the United States. We are urging all peoples of all nations to attach NO negative sentiments to this! As we have said previously, and other high light sources have given this same word to their respected channel messengers: The outcome is not significant! The so-called victor is the candidate of the Illuminati faction that won the battle of infighting that has seesawed for several months. The two factions differ in the strategies within their dark agendas, but the ultimate aim of both factions is global domination. This no more favorably serves the people of the United Statesmost of whom are unaware that their votes do not countthan it serves any other country where true freedom and honest elections are valued. What IS of great significance to everyone on the planet is the massive amount of light generated by the voters! Regardless of their choices, these citizens cast their ballots with the desire, even conviction, that their preferred candidate will make wise decisions that will bring peace, end environmental destruction, and initiate other beneficial changes to improve conditions in the United States and the world. Collectively the voters who turned out in great numbers have substantially added to the light that is moving Earth into the higher frequencies. While it is true that much darkness is yet to be transmuted into light, the outpouring of electors in the United States has given Earth a considerable boost on her journey. If you could see the soul of Earth in this moment, you would be stunned by the brilliance! THIS is the magnificent joy of this day that we see and we wish to have YOU see! Today has brought your world closer to the era of peace and love, where all leaders will be acting within spiritual integrity and peoples of all nations will live within cooperation, compassion, justness, forgiveness, comfort and harmony. You need to remain steadfast in the light during the times of turmoil that will precede that Golden Era. Earth still must rid herself of the remaining negativity along her journey into fourth density, and that is why we urge all who may feel disheartened in this moment NOT to attach that negativity to the election outcome. Please do not add to Earths chore in this respect! Instead, feel immensely heartened by what WE see this day! Feel immensely heartened by knowing that the numbers of people awakening and becoming soul searchers are continuously growing, and you have as constant allies and helpers myriad members of your space family, in physical as well as in spirit, among you on the planet as well as surrounding it. The abundance of love-light being beamed to each of you comes with a purity, beauty and intensity you can only imagine, and the light we see within you is equally joyous for us. Stay the light course, our beloved Earth familywe are with you!
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