Friday, November 26, 2004


Very funny!

Prefer something a little more humane? Blinky and Sparky get decked out for the hollidays.

Thursday, November 25, 2004

Empty chair for the holidays

I've got some empty chairs today. It makes me feel sad and a little lonely. I also feel pretty selfish because there are 1230 families that will forever have an empty chair because their loved ones were lied into a war to insure corporate profits.

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Draft Howard

Howard Dean puts people before special interests, something that has not been happening with our entrenched party leadership. The results have been catastrophic for our country and the planet at large. We can get back on the right track. Sign the petition to draft Dr. Dean for the Democratic party chairman.

It's time to ditch politics as usual. This is not a game, there are real lives at stake here. I can't even begin to tell you how detrimental the last two elections have been to me personally. I am paying for the double dipping wishy washy failures of my own party to oppose the Republican agenda to take my earnings and my dignity. It has cost me and it has cost my family in a big way. If the powers that be can't understand that, and there is no reason to believe that they do, they need to be fired.

Draft Howard Dean

Tuesday, November 23, 2004

The Patriot Act? That's SO 1984

New buttons for sale at the Bill of Rights Defence Committee. I like it!

They also have some new tool kits, including one to help your religious organization pass a resolution in support of civil liberties!

The Paris Hilton Tax Plan

She would pay less taxes than the person who cleans her bathroom.

That sounds exactly right. Even a hardworking Republican should be able to understand this one.


Good News

I think that we already have a challenger for the 2006 House race. I can't say more yet, but I am very happy that we have someone ready to unseat our funny uncle Denny.

Monday, November 22, 2004

Saddam to sue America for war crimes

That story comming up right after this brief pause to count our dead.

brief pause


AMMAN (AFP) - Lawyers for ousted Iraqi president Saddam Hussein announced that they were asking the International Court of Justice to prosecute the United States for war crimes, even though individuals are not allowed to petition the tribunal.


Defence team spokesman Ziad Khassawneh acknowledged that the petition would have to be signed by a member of the ousted regime as the world court only hears cases forwarded by states and "duly authorised international organs and agencies".

However, like all of Saddam's counsel, Khassawneh insisted that the ousted president remained Iraq 's legitimate head of state, given what he described as the illegal nature of last year's US-led invasion.

"We insist that Saddam is the legitimate president of Iraq and his government is the only government that represents Iraqis, thus any official of his government is able to petition the court," the spokesman said.

There was no immediate reaction from the court's headquarters in The Hague to the potential petition.


When planes crash

A prestigious public-relations agency was put on the scene by AA "minutes after the first crash" to help carry out that communications task. Concurrent to such public-relations efforts, both airlines refused and continue to refuse to disclose the most fundamental data in their possession regarding the murderous events, such as passenger lists and access to eye-witnesses. This evidence suggests airlines’ complicity in covering up the truth on 9/11.


As of November 13, 2003, the statistical database of the Department of Transportation (BTS) did not even mention AA11 as a flight scheduled for September 11, 2001 (6). At a later date the Department added a record for this flight with the departure time set as zero. Checking again the BTS database for this article on November 18, 2004, I discovered that the DoT again amended its database by setting the scheduled departure of AA11 to the "official time" of 7:45 (6). It appears that the DoT had received orders to align its database with the "official account" on the crime of 9/11. Should this have happened, there would be grounds to charge the DoT for falsification of official records and participation in a criminal cover-up.

Who lets the investigations die?

Secondly, we delivered a letter by Sibel D. Edmonds, FBI translator that was co-signed by 24 other former federal employees from CIA, DIA, FBI, DoD and other agencies of the United States government. That letter was dated September 13, 2004 and represents a critique of the 9-11 Commission "Omissions Report" that has been so glowingly written up in the lame media as a work of art by that commission. Well, I have to agree - the 9-11 Commission Report is a "work of art" of a cover up and an excellent fiction read for any of you that missed it.

I have made it clear in other writings that 8 of the 10 commissioners have so many conflicts of interests, their appointment to the 9-11 Commissioner is clearly to be directors of a cover up.

This is copied and pasted from the Sibel Edmonds letter and note who signed it and who received copies of it.


Remember - you are an American first and right now this nation needs The Silent Majority to stand up for the country we love - more than ever before in US history.

Lastly, notice that I have not included the major media in on this email. They have a surprise coming and best we let that surprise be just that - a surprise. They deserve to be exposed as the liars and charlatans they are for what they have helped cover up.

God bless America and all of us. We are going to need all of the help we can muster on Earth and in Heaven.

Sunday, November 21, 2004


At least she is not dead like at least 1221 other citizen's children. She isn't wounded like the 4904 people the pentagon couldn't hide. She's not invisible like the mythical 100,000 Iraqi women and children that Rumsfeld wouldn't count.

So Herr Dr. Dobson, what's your problem?

Rehberg supports some crimes

At least that is the impression I get from his refusal to say that he didn't vote to shield Tom Delay from his criminal acts. This payout probably has something to do with it.

I think that anybody who is up on non violent drug crimes should petition him to change the laws in lieu of a like minded payment. $14,500.00 would probably be a bargain for them.