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Bush, GOP Labeled 'Thieves' Who 'Need to Be Locked Up'
CNSNews ^ | 8/8/05 | Marc Morano

Posted on 08/08/2005 10:26:19 AM PDT by Tumbleweed_Connection

A featured speaker at Saturday's civil rights march in Atlanta said the Bush administration and Republican Party leaders are "thieves" who "need to be locked up" for stealing the past two presidential elections and presiding over federal budget deficits and the war in Iraq.

"They all need to be locked up because they are all criminals and they are all thieves," said Judge Greg Mathis, the star of the syndicated television program "The Judge Mathis Show."

Mathis made his remarks to an enthusiastic crowd assembled in Atlanta to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Participants are launching a two-year campaign to extend and strengthen key aspects of the act when it expires in 2007.

"It is indeed criminal to steal an election and within two years run up a federal deficit of half-a-trillion dollars, send our young people over to Iraq to die for an unjust war. What they are doing is criminal," Mathis said to loud cheers.

The march was sponsored by the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition and included leaders from the National Urban League, The Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the NAACP, and the AFL-CIO.

Entertainer/activist Harry Belafonte also used charged rhetoric during the march when he referred to black members of the Bush administration as "black tyrants."

Mathis, whose speech drew the largest and most raucous reception from the crowd, also chastised the Supreme Court for its role in the 2000 presidential recount.

"[The] Supreme Court was an accomplice to the biggest election crime in history in 2000. And I call it a crime because indeed that is exactly what it was," he said to applause.

The Bush administration was equated with past policies of slavery and segregation and labeled "the enemy of our (black America's) progress" by Mathis.

"They shot and missed when they enslaved, segregated and oppressed our people. They shot and missed when they stole the past two presidential elections. They shot and missed when they denied our right to vote," Mathis said.

An extension and strengthening of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 is imperative to ensure black Americans the right to vote, according to Mathis. "The enemy of democracy continues to attack voting rights here, while they try to fight for democracy in Iraq," he said.

'Intimidation and discrepancies'

Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California appeared at the march and noted that minorities may not have had full voting rights in the last two presidential elections.

"Some changes have to be made so we don't have a repeat of 2000 and 2004 where there was intimidation and discrepancies at the polls," Pelosi told Cybercast News Service during the voting rights march.

"In the state of Ohio, where they had fewer voting booths and long lines in minority neighborhoods and no lines and many voting booths in white neighborhoods, that the balance is not what it should have been," she added.

U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) echoed the accusation of many at the march that Bush was an illegitimate president.

"The last two elections were stolen. They were stolen and so we will not rest until we reclaim our democracy and this is what today is all about," Lee told the crowd gathered.

Lee also called the war in Iraq "unnecessary, immoral and illegal" and added "our nation was lied to in order to justify this invasion and occupation."

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) made it clear who the marchers were directing their anger at on Saturday.

"We are here to take on President Bush, [Vice President] Dick Cheney. We are here to take on [House Majority Leader] Tom DeLay. We are here to take on the new appointee to the Supreme Court, John Roberts," Waters said from the podium to cheers from the crowd.

'Cause Mother Earth so much pain'

Musician Stevie Wonder addressed the marchers demanding that the Voting Rights Act be extended and strengthened.

"Having to demand that we have a bill that will guarantee the voting rights of all American citizens forever is ridiculous," Wonder said. He also read the lyrics of an upcoming song to be released in September.

"At this time we have a choice to make. Father God is watching while we cause Mother Earth so much pain. It's such a shame. Not enough money for the young, the old, the poor, but for war there is always more," Wonder said.

The Bush administration was also targeted by Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.), who declared that the president's "record against human rights, civil rights, economic rights, is absolutely terrible."

Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) said America was being ruled by the "Bush mentality," where "crony capitalism" was supreme.

Jesse Jackson said the Voting Rights Act extension is critical because "the same old enemies of civil rights and voting rights will always keep up their ugly activities.

"Race baiters and discriminators may go underground, but they never move out of town," Jackson said.

The organizers of Saturday's march want to strengthen and preserve Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, which maintains that states with a discriminatory past must submit all changes in voting procedures to the U.S. Department of Justice for approval in order to ensure the changes do not have racially discriminatory effects or purposes.

While the Bush administration and House Judiciary Committee Chairman James Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) have indicated that they would support full reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act provisions in 2007, the organizers of Saturday's march believe they must begin acting now to ensure their goals.


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1 posted on 08/08/2005 10:26:19 AM PDT by Tumbleweed_Connection
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

Morons on parade.


2 posted on 08/08/2005 10:27:56 AM PDT by facedown (Armed in the Heartland)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
"Race baiters and discriminators may go underground, but they never move out of town," Jackson said.

That's a lie Jesse. You've NEVER gone underground.

3 posted on 08/08/2005 10:29:04 AM PDT by Dead Corpse (Never underestimate the will of the downtrodden to lie flatter.)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

One would be hard-pressed to name a bigger collection of barking moonbats.


4 posted on 08/08/2005 10:29:29 AM PDT by prairiebreeze (America is profoundly grateful to our military. God bless our military and their families.)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

Victocrats United, keeping "their people" on the "plantation". Idiots.


5 posted on 08/08/2005 10:29:38 AM PDT by Mister Baredog ((Minuteman at heart, couch potato in reality))
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
The last two elections were stolen

SSDD.

6 posted on 08/08/2005 10:29:56 AM PDT by jtminton (Friends don't let friends have too much cowbell.)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
they are all criminals and they are all thieves," said Judge Greg Mathis

I think that Judge Mathis can kiss that Supreme Court appointment goodbye.

Anyway, is he a real judge, or just plays one on TV?

7 posted on 08/08/2005 10:30:19 AM PDT by Fido969 ("The story is true" - Dan Rather)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
Father God is watching while we cause Mother Earth

Yo Stevie, God is my Father, but the earth is not my Mother. Now go away.

8 posted on 08/08/2005 10:31:14 AM PDT by IrishGOP
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

We're all thieves? Come arrest us b*tch.


9 posted on 08/08/2005 10:31:35 AM PDT by MikeA
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

"'Race baiters and discriminators may go underground, but they never move out of town,' Jackson said."

Pot calling the kettle black.


10 posted on 08/08/2005 10:31:58 AM PDT by toddlintown (Your papers please.)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

I'm starting to appreciate Chris Rock more and more.


11 posted on 08/08/2005 10:32:33 AM PDT by stylin19a (In golf, some are long, I'm "Lama Long")
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

Matthis' tv program must be sagging in the ratings. That's about the only time celebs make idiotic statements. Bellefonte's career has been gone for a long time...he must be seeking to resurrect it.

Lee and Jackson are trying desperately to be relevant. Unfortunately, their time has long passed by (if indeed they were ever relevant in the first place).


12 posted on 08/08/2005 10:34:55 AM PDT by fatnotlazy
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
They hate Bush? Good - I hope they keep it up.

(Denny Crane: "Sometimes you can only look for answers from God and failing that... and Fox News".)
13 posted on 08/08/2005 10:35:03 AM PDT by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California appeared at the march and noted that minorities may not have had full voting rights in the last two presidential elections.
"Some changes have to be made so we don't have a repeat of 2000 and 2004 where there was intimidation and discrepancies at the polls," Pelosi told Cybercast News Service during the voting rights march. "
In the state of Ohio, where they had fewer voting booths and long lines in minority neighborhoods and no lines and many voting booths in white neighborhoods, that the balance is not what it should have been," she added.

They continue to beat a dead dog. Unceasingly.

I know the rank and file are slobbering over this red meat, but is it possible that Nancy, Jesse and the rest of the hate mongers truly believe their own spiel? That is really getting creepy.

14 posted on 08/08/2005 10:35:23 AM PDT by ChildOfThe60s (If you can remember the 60s......you weren't really there.)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

What is this, Turn the Other Cheek Day? Belafonte is calling black Republicans Nazis, and now this (so-called) star is calling the GOP "thieves." Meanwhile George Bush is eulogizing Peter Jennings with high tribute.
(Not that I resent a little shmooze for a dead man, but really, is there no good moment for us to return fire?)


15 posted on 08/08/2005 10:36:18 AM PDT by Graymatter
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The Bush administration was also targeted by Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.), who declared that the president's "record against human rights, civil rights, economic rights, is absolutely terrible."

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Don't know that any of these right really exist in the Constitution.

And what the hell are "economic rights" anyway?


16 posted on 08/08/2005 10:37:13 AM PDT by fatnotlazy
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

""[The] Supreme Court was an accomplice to the biggest election crime in history in 2000. And I call it a crime because indeed that is exactly what it was," he said to applause."




Doesn't sound like he is fit to be a judge on his own TV show!


17 posted on 08/08/2005 10:37:43 AM PDT by need_a_screen_name
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To: ChildOfThe60s

"I know the rank and file are slobbering over this red meat, but is it possible that Nancy, Jesse and the rest of the hate mongers truly believe their own spiel? That is really getting creepy."

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I don't know that they do, but they want everyone else to believe them. Sadly, there are many who do.


18 posted on 08/08/2005 10:38:18 AM PDT by fatnotlazy
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

Get used to it, Comrades


19 posted on 08/08/2005 10:39:38 AM PDT by InsureAmerica (the only free cheese is in a mousetrap)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

It's must be like going to an open house at the State Asylum when you go to one of these bashs.


20 posted on 08/08/2005 10:39:44 AM PDT by FastCoyote
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

"civil rights" eh? Seems that everyone attending in Atlanta was an anti-American, anti-Semitic, anti-white, anti-Conservative, pro-terror activists! Racists spewing racism in the name of "civil rights"?! Disgusting animals!!!

Apologies to all Animals…

LLS


21 posted on 08/08/2005 10:41:28 AM PDT by LibLieSlayer (Preserve America... kill terrorists... destroy dims!)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection



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22 posted on 08/08/2005 10:43:52 AM PDT by need_a_screen_name
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To: ChildOfThe60s

To some degree they do. As far back as the administration of JFK (not the haughty French looking senator who by the way also served in Vietnam), there was a need to explain why policy mistakes were made, most notably the Bay of Pigs invasion.

Within short order (by academic standards), a theory was developed and called Groupthink. Here were really smart people from the best schools and they all liked each other and no one wanted to offend anyone by voicing disagreement.

What this really shows is that there was ideological intolerance as early as 45 years ago. Only now are we hearing about how JFK may have (read "probably") misused the IRS to shut down "right wing" think tanks.

I think that over the years, the need to have total unanimity has grown as the Democratic coalition has grown more fractious.

The irony is that this weakens the coalition still more.

Getting back to Nancy Pelosi et al., I think that they know when the DNC "leaked" bad polling information, but I do think that they honestly believed that the one indicator (America is headed in the wrong direction) was more important than the idea of security.

Plus they threw credibility out the window with some of the tactics.

The real thing that they believe is that they are good (even if they are corrupt) and we (who do not yield to their control) are bad.


23 posted on 08/08/2005 10:44:49 AM PDT by saveliberty (Those who forget how Congress can waste your money are doomed to supply it with even more)
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To: FastCoyote
I, for one, am not going to let this moron judge call me a theif. What network does he appear on? That network and it's sponsors have seen the last of me and my whole family. Let's fight back!
24 posted on 08/08/2005 10:44:50 AM PDT by rummy1
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To: fatnotlazy

Economic rights are the right for minorities to recieve government welfare.


25 posted on 08/08/2005 10:45:33 AM PDT by Stayingawayfromthedarkside (The stink you smell are the liberals fuming after Ann speaks!!!)
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To: Graymatter

The leftists will bring about the day when fire is indeed returned.


26 posted on 08/08/2005 10:46:41 AM PDT by Mr. Keys
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

Sounds like it was a real Whacko Fest.


27 posted on 08/08/2005 10:49:29 AM PDT by TheClintons-STILLAnti-American
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mark


28 posted on 08/08/2005 10:49:33 AM PDT by hellinahandcart
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To: LibLieSlayer



I can't wait to see the fawning coverage the nework news gives this tonight.


29 posted on 08/08/2005 10:50:41 AM PDT by james500
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To: ChildOfThe60s

Pelosi has a valid point. It is getting harder and harder for a key component of the RAT constituency to vote. Most stares will not allow a casket within 500 feet of a polling place!


30 posted on 08/08/2005 10:51:02 AM PDT by Redleg Duke (BOHICA!)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
IMHO, Judge Mathis, ("a Petty huckster-wannta-be" akin to Je$$e "I have a $cheme" Jack$on/ Al "$how me, the Ca$h" $harpton" :) success is gone to his head...just another Liberal Moron.
31 posted on 08/08/2005 10:51:32 AM PDT by skinkinthegrass (Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you :^)
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To: Redleg Duke

Er, "states", not "Stares". Sorry about that, Chief!


32 posted on 08/08/2005 10:52:28 AM PDT by Redleg Duke (BOHICA!)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
"They shot and missed when they stole the past two presidential elections."

The self-righteous lunacy of the left that any election they lose can only have been "stolen".

Pathetic bigot losers.

33 posted on 08/08/2005 10:52:41 AM PDT by TheClintons-STILLAnti-American
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To: IrishGOP

Someone should also tell Stevie that the Dems that care so much about the poor, didn't hesitate to give themselves a raise a few months ago.


34 posted on 08/08/2005 10:54:04 AM PDT by Stayingawayfromthedarkside (The stink you smell are the liberals fuming after Ann speaks!!!)
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To: Stayingawayfromthedarkside

Economic rights are the right for minorities to recieve government welfare.

***

That's what I thought. Amazing how these individuals take a government subsidy and turn it into a "right."


35 posted on 08/08/2005 10:54:23 AM PDT by fatnotlazy
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To: fatnotlazy

I think that the worst is the belief that freedom to them means freedom from.

It's the opposite of what freedom really is.


36 posted on 08/08/2005 10:56:21 AM PDT by saveliberty (Those who forget how Congress can waste your money are doomed to supply it with even more)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

Sheesh, that was an all-star leftist kook line up! I'm surprised CNN didn't do a live remote and show the whole thing.


37 posted on 08/08/2005 10:59:39 AM PDT by Reagan is King (Never go to a gun fight with a handgun that uses ammo that doesn't start with a "4")
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
"It is indeed criminal to steal an election and within two years run up a federal deficit of half-a-trillion dollars, send our young people over to Iraq to die for an unjust war. What they are doing is criminal," Mathis said to loud cheers.

Criminalizing and race baiting politics is the first step toward the "Zimbabweization" of American politics. Both sides should avoid it when no indictable crime is present.

38 posted on 08/08/2005 10:59:39 AM PDT by JimSEA
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To: fatnotlazy
what the hell are "economic rights" anyway?

He must mean the right to max out six or more credit cards, then file for absolution via bankruptcy.

39 posted on 08/08/2005 11:01:46 AM PDT by NRA1995 ("People do stupid things...." and I hear the Vonage music playing.....woo-hoo, woo-hoo-hoo....)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

Gotta hold on to the base.


40 posted on 08/08/2005 11:02:31 AM PDT by truth_seeker
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

These A$$ Clowns are nothing but a bunch of Step-and-Fetch-Its for the DNC. They're doing the "talking" but it's the DNC's lips that are moving.


41 posted on 08/08/2005 11:05:45 AM PDT by Auntie Dem (Hey! Hey! Ho! Ho! Terrorist lovers gotta go!)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
Did someone mention "race"?



42 posted on 08/08/2005 11:08:19 AM PDT by StoneGiant (Power without morality is disaster. Morality without power is useless.)
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To: james500
I can't wait to see the fawning coverage the nework news gives this tonight.

You should have seen the fawning coverage given by the Atlanta TV news last night. Pelosi, Belafonte, Jackasss Jackson, Bawbawa Boxer, Barbara Lee, John Lewis marching arm in arm.

I thought, Who said 'Send in the clowns.'?

43 posted on 08/08/2005 11:12:55 AM PDT by Ole Okie
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
They shot and missed when they denied our right to vote," Mathis said.

I wonder who Judge Mathis thinks denied black Americans their voting rights for 100 years? Here's a hint judge, they were not Republicans.

Democrats held the White House for 18 straight years and a majority in Congress for 16 straight years in the 1930s and '40s, and they did nothing about voting rights AFAIK. When voting rights legislation was introduced in Congress in the 1960s it was Democrat Senators who tried to block it with filibusters, and Republicans who pushed it through both houses over Democrat obstructionists. Does that sound like anything we have seen recently?

If these moonbats want to be taken seriously they need to slip a bit of truth into their rhetoric every now and then.

44 posted on 08/08/2005 11:14:39 AM PDT by epow (A fish that always swims with the current is a dead fish.)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
"They shot and missed when they enslaved, segregated and oppressed our people... They shot and missed when they denied our right to vote," Mathis said.

Dude, check your history books. That was the Democrats. Slavery was Democrat policy. Jim Crow was Democrat policy. Race repression was Democrat policy. Race obsession was and continues to be Democrat policy.

Republicans were the party of color-blind citizenship, and continue to be. Republicans beat back slavery, beat back Jim Crow, and continue to oppose the kind of race obsession that still afflicts a significant number of Democrats to this day.

I consider it a good thing that the party of race repression has been seized and occupied by black voters. But it is a shame that rather than change the party, they have adopted the race obsession of that party rather than help to erase it.

Sadly it is still true, that if you believe in color-blind citizenship, whatever the color of your skin, you are probably a Republican. If you consider yourself a person first, and an American first, a Christian or a Jew first, and your color last or not at all, you are probably a Republican.

And if you are obsessed by race, and find your identity in the color of your skin, you are probably a Democrat.

45 posted on 08/08/2005 11:16:07 AM PDT by marron
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To: prairiebreeze

I still can't get used to these people claiming that every conservative is a criminal. And .. with no proof or evidence whatever they want us to be carted off to jail.

It's really stunning - they're stupidity!

But .. they don't care that Sandy Berger went into a govt building and stole classified documents. Still amazes me.


46 posted on 08/08/2005 11:18:02 AM PDT by CyberAnt (President Bush: "America is the greatest nation on the face of the earth")
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To: fatnotlazy
And what the hell are "economic rights" anyway?

It's in the addendum to the Bill of Rights. It guarantees the right of slugs who won't get an education and won't work to pick the pockets of people who will do those things. I think it's called the Welfare Amendment, but no one seems to remember it being ratified by the people.

47 posted on 08/08/2005 11:24:09 AM PDT by epow (A fish that always swims with the current is a dead fish.)
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection

I think the judge Mathis needs to blow off steam before he goes back to work deciding if deadbeat A is more entitled to sexual and economic rights than deadbeat B, which, with an eye to such disparity amongst his court practitioners, parasites and anomalies, he be the right person to decide de story, because he be de man, and gangster hoodlum, yo, he be the ho damn thing...


48 posted on 08/08/2005 11:26:02 AM PDT by Blind Eye Jones
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To: Tumbleweed_Connection
It's the Poverty Pimp Ball!

Barbara Lee at least put her nutball self on record.

U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) echoed the accusation of many at the march that Bush was an illegitimate president. "The last two elections were stolen. They were stolen and so we will not rest until we reclaim our democracy and this is what today is all about," Lee told the crowd gathered.

49 posted on 08/08/2005 11:32:38 AM PDT by finnman69 (cum puella incedit minore medio corpore sub quo manifestus globus, inflammare animos)
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To: ChildOfThe60s

It is so much easier to cultivate ignorance than to educate people with facts. If course this the last standing block of people willing to be lead around like a herd. The plantation hierarchy is sooo afraid that these folks are about to start thinking for themselves.


50 posted on 08/08/2005 11:33:15 AM PDT by oyez (¡Qué viva la revolución de Reagan!)
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