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  • 52 Reasons To Stop Mowing (Zot a la Gallagher)

    07/25/2006 6:58:41 AM PDT · by fruitarian108 · 420 replies · 6,084+ views
    Fruitarian Network ^ | 1973 first version | Nonmowing Coalition
    52 REASONS NOT TO MOW 37 WAYS TO HELP TREES Please download with 100% cotton, rice, recycled, or scrap paper Ron Howard, director of A Beautiful Mind and many other films,made his first film at age 8.. an anti mowing film which showed the nature of mowers' attacks on lawns. Art Buchwald: People shouldn't be judged by the length of their grass. In 2003 through now, the world has seen floods, famine, fire, mudslides, hurricanes, tornados and other disasters created by the unprecedented destruction of trees around the world. Trees are nature's weather stabilizers. We need trillions of trees.. new...
  • Hi - I'm new here and like to post random items I receive in email, please don't ZOT me.

    06/10/2006 4:25:12 PM PDT · by concernedcitizenusa · 95 replies · 6,860+ views
    snopes ^ | 6-10-2006 | ConcernedCitizenUSA
  • Malvo and the War Debate (ZOT!!! Why not to go off antipsychotic meds without a doctor’s guidance)

    05/29/2006 6:48:25 AM PDT · by DanPride · 80 replies · 4,217+ views
    Me | Today | Dan Pride
    I am curious why none of the media covers the most important aspect of the Malvo shootings. If you look at Newspapers on the dates when the shootings are underway you discover something I find quite interesting. The shootings begin to dominate the news the day before the debate on the Iraq war starts and they catch them the day after the declaration of war??? If you ask most people "do you remember the debate about starting the second Iraq war", they will all answer "yes of course". But if you followup with the question "name one point in the...
  • What is a FReeper? (zot)

    05/30/2006 12:41:24 PM PDT · by Uddercha0s · 183 replies · 7,024+ views
    5/30/06 | Uddercha0s
    I recently received a reply to a post that stated: "This should be beneath a "freeper". Sad." So I asked.. what is it that makes a FReeper? My reply (and I will admit was tasteless) was also questioning. It stirred controversy and was removed? Why Moderators? Can you not tell me? Did it not meet with your "FReeper" mentality? According to all posted guidelines it should be listed but no, you chose to delete it. Yes.. I'm the first one IBTZ, I'm sure you'll nick me for speaking up..
  • Communism and human nature (Bolshie Mod sez, Arise ye kittens of the earth!)

    04/05/2005 10:50:57 AM PDT · by Sammy sam · 153 replies · 8,234+ views
    Many argue that communism will never be possible because of "human nature". The essence of this false argument is the belief that a communist society would consist of an all-powerful central government that would tell everybody what to do--and would therefore undermine the creative initiative of individuals and the search for happiness. • This argument is based on two false assumptions: (1) It assumes that a communist society will look like the former Soviet Union, or the current China, North Korea, etc (ie: corrupt police states with a feudal-style ruling class) (2) It assumes that people will only work in...
  • Anglosphere's leadership is singing in tune

    11/25/2004 8:35:51 PM PST · by Dundee · 7 replies · 1,069+ views
    The Australian ^ | November 26, 2004
    Editorial: Anglosphere's leadership is singing in tune IN an analysis of George W. Bush's election victory in the current issue of The Economist, the magazine's acerbic US commentator, "Lexington", warns the Democrats against the self-serving view that the US President won by appealing to base instincts such as fear and hatred. The Republicans "clobbered them on hope". Mr Bush was better than John Kerry at "exuding optimism" and "addressing the aspirations of an aspirational people". This is always the winning strategy in a pro-growth culture such as the US, and shows the Republicans have turned themselves into the "party of...
  • Security Elected Bush

    11/23/2004 8:00:03 PM PST · by quidnunc · 3 replies · 601+ views
    The Hill ^ | November 24, 2004 | David Hill
    Thank goodness for pollster Brad Coker and his Mason-Dixon research organization. Their late polls may rescue us from a wrong-headed interpretation of the 2004 election results. Coker offers an alternative to Warren Mitofsky’s flawed exit-poll-driven conclusion that moral values were the driving force behind this election. Yes, the fact that moral values were more frequently mentioned in this year’s exit poll is significant, but it’s not as significant as it’s being touted to be. Although morality was a plurality winner in the exit poll’s “most important issue” sweepstakes, barely one in five voters (22 percent) said values were the top...
  • Sad leftovers in a suddenly more righteous world (why US and Aus left are left behind in our world)

    11/23/2004 1:04:10 PM PST · by NZerFromHK · 73 replies · 4,467+ views
    The Australian ^ | November 19, 2004 | FRANK DEVINE
    "THEY are like mules," a particularly cool bishop remarked the other day of progressives in the Catholic church. "They have no heirs." Might this also be true of the deconstructionist Left in politics, with its conceivably sui generis progenitors traceable only back to the counter-cultural sixties and seventies? There's an argument to be made. The re-election of George Bush, an unequivocally combative conservative, and the return of John Howard for a fourth term, suggests climate change in American and Australian politics rather than seasonal variation. After fighting Bush with dedicated unscrupulousness throughout the presidential campaign, The New York Times tacitly...
  • The Letter (New Zealand's Richard Prebble comment on Bush and Howard electoral victories)

    11/07/2004 5:15:34 PM PST · by NZerFromHK · 21 replies · 1,248+ views
    The ACT Party (New Zealand) ^ | Monday 8 Nov 2004 | Richard Prebble
    WE PICKED IT The Letter predicted George Bush ‘s victory, we said 52-48%, it was 51-48%. We also predicted correctly the Republicans would increase their majority in Congress. Despite sending journalists to America no NZ mainstream media predicted a Republican win. The NZ media gets most of its American news coverage via the British media who have been hostile towards Bush from the start. This is not new. The same media wrote off Ronald Reagan as a “B-grade” actor. The Letter picked a Republican victory because of a fundamental political shift taking place in America. George Bush is the first...
  • With Bush still in charge, where do we go from here? (barf: in Malaysia only anti-W tripe allowed)

    11/06/2004 9:43:58 PM PST · by NZerFromHK · 7 replies · 587+ views
    Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA, Ma hua gong hui) ^ | Friday, 5 November 2004 | BUNN NAGARA
    Where some countries can be congratulated for a violence-free election, the United States may now be congratulated for a litigation-free one. George W. Bush has won another presidential term in one of the most closely fought campaigns in US history. The new mandate is clearer but not much stronger than before, because he had received only the electoral vote and not the popular vote the last time. The question now is where and how the president will take his administration and country over the next four years: still in a cavalier way in yet more unilateral destinations, or in a...
  • Disillusioned Yanks eye NZ (No, US liberals, don't come here - go to Canada or France please)

    11/06/2004 1:32:04 PM PST · by NZerFromHK · 77 replies · 3,914+ views (The Dominion Post) ^ | 06 November 2004 | By ANN-MARIE JOHNSON
    Inquiries from Americans wanting to move to New Zealand have "exploded" since George W Bush was re-elected president. The Immigration Service's website had 10,300 hits from the United States the day after the election. Usually it gets 2500 hits a day. And the phones of its US marketing directors in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Portland, Oregon, have been ringing nonstop since the election. Marketing director Don Badman said there had been up to 300 telephone calls and emails a day. "We've been doing this for 11 months and it's been building up to about six to eight calls a...
  • After the Election (Semi vanity: HK Chinese talkshow host mocks Michael Moore, Kerry, libs, US MSM)

    11/05/2004 3:45:23 AM PST · by NZerFromHK · 55 replies · 1,783+ views
    Disclaimer: this talkshow has no transcripts available and it was broadcasted entirely in Chinese (Cantonese). I'm summarizing the important points here for Freepers to know what this famous HK talkshow host is saying. Some of the mainpoints in the programme include: On Michael Moore and Osama bin Laden: Michael Moore is either incredibly dumb or an undercover campaigner for Bush. He (along with OBL) has unwittingly helped Bush thinking his pseudo-documentary Fahrenheit 9/11. There was a scene when Bush learned the attacks in New York on 9/11 and he was frozen and pondering. Moore remarked in the film that Bush...
  • Can the Tories figure out how Bush won again?

    11/03/2004 6:28:21 PM PST · by mdittmar · 14 replies · 904+ views ^ | 04/11/2004) | Charles Moore
    A conservative has just won for a second time, more strongly than four years ago. It is the biggest vote ever cast for a conservative in the history of the world. And that conservative's job is the most important in the world. Where is the British Conservative Party?
  • If Only Britain Had the Problems That Beset American Democracy

    11/03/2004 6:08:22 PM PST · by quidnunc · 22 replies · 1,396+ views
    The Telegraph ^ | November 4, 2004 | Stephen Robinson
    In the end, it was the sheer preppie courtesy of election night that hit home. When John Kerry defied the logic of the first results and declined to concede the election early yesterday morning, the engines of George W Bush's motorcade were revving and ready to whisk the re-elected President to a public stage to claim victory. But aides told him it would look bad, and might seem "divisive", and perhaps not the sort of thing one Yale man does to another. So Mr Bush held back, and gave his opponent more time to ponder the irrefutable arithmetic of the...
  • It's up to the ground armies

    11/02/2004 8:09:43 AM PST · by snowsislander · 3 replies · 139+ views
    American Conservative Union ^ | November 2, 2004 | David A. Keene
    David A. KeeneIt's up to the ground armies November 2, 2004 Four years ago, I was leaving an early-morning Election Day breakfast when I ran into Haley Barbour, who had left the chairmanship of the Republican National Committee some three years earlier.The race between Vice President Al Gore and Gov. George W. Bush was very close, according to virtually every indicator, and we were all expecting the outcome to be determined by the get-out-the-vote effort the rival campaigns had put together. I asked Haley if the Bush campaign and his successors at the RNC had fielded an army capable...
  • Replace "Still the One" With...?

    10/29/2004 3:33:45 PM PDT · by Tamar1973 · 199 replies · 2,756+ views
    October 29, 2004 | Tamar 1973
    Since John Hall doesn't want Pres. Bush to use the song "Still the One" as part of his campaign, Bush obviously needs a new song to use in his rallies. I know there are some decent conservative rockers out there, such as KISS, Kid Rock, etc. Certainly there's a song out there somewhere. Any Ideas?
  • why do you guys keep banning me? (Zot! Because we can) (Juwish modz totally rewl!)

    06/30/2004 10:19:24 AM PDT · by jj_fate · 65,597 replies · 239,374+ views
    why do people keep banning me everytime I put up interesting articles? I work for a website I think some of you are familiar with called phantirath weekly world news and each time we put somthing up on FR no matter how conservative it is it keeps getting banned. Whats the matter with it?! Damn man what are you marxist socialists communists? I just got a call this mroning from a Juwish friend of mine who said that you banned an important article about Zionism and Noam Federman and about how we were to support israel. I thought you guys...
  • NASCAR Subway 500 Race Traffic FReep/Pro-Bush Rally, 8:00 am 10-24-04, HWY US 220, Near NC/VA Border

    10/19/2004 9:40:01 AM PDT · by vj2004 · 18 replies · 702+ views
    10-19-04 | vj2004
    There will be a FReep/pro-Bush rally along HWY. US 220 Bypass just south of the NC/VA border on Sunday October 24, 2004, starting around 8:00 AM. This event will coincide with the NASCAR Subway 500 at the nearby Martinsville Speedway (VA), scheduled for that afternoon. I plan to erect a large 4'X 8' Bush-Cheney banner along US 220 northbound, which is the main artery for race traffic from NC to the speedway. With 100,000 fans expected to attend the race, this is a great opportunity to show our support for President Bush and perhaps sway a few undecided voters. I...
  • Kerry's Debate Briefing Book (You'll Enjoy This Adobe Acrobat Reader Required)

    09/28/2004 2:40:41 AM PDT · by goldstategop · 7 replies · 673+ views ^ | 09/28/04 | Bush-Cheney Campaign
    Issue:Iraq Your Current Position . The removal of Saddam Hussein has left America less secure. . You are currently against the war and wouldn't have gone to war, but you used to be for the war before you were against the war before you were for the war.

    09/16/2004 8:56:37 AM PDT · by soozla · 2 replies · 532+ views
    Self ^ | Sept. 16, 2004 | Self
    GORE CONFERENCE CALL NOW Boy, Am I Ticked.............(after action report)
  • Bush Rally Columbia, MO 10,000 show up, 1000's turned away

    09/07/2004 4:22:51 PM PDT · by listenhillary · 90 replies · 3,304+ views
    9/7/2004 | Listenhillary
    Quite the crowd. 1000's of people turned way after unable to find parking. Reports of people walking 3 miles after unable to get close to the fairgrounds where GW was speaking. Traffic was backed up 4 miles at one point. Thousands expected for BushFamous last words from article dated 9/5/04 Representatives at the Boone County Republican Headquarters, one of two locations giving out tickets to the event, said Friday evening that 1,000 tickets had already been distributed. However, the tickets are not expected to run out.
  • G.O.P., Last to Bat, Swings Freely for the Fences

    09/02/2004 1:19:45 PM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 17 replies · 1,537+ views
    The New York Times ^ | September 2, 2004 | TODD S. PURDUM
    September 2, 2004POLITICAL MEMOG.O.P., Last to Bat, Swings Freely for the Fences By TODD S. PURDUM n politics, as in baseball, it's better to be up last, and the Republicans have spent their convention in New York this week in a batter-by-batter rebuttal of almost everything the Democrats said and did in Boston last month - a strategic twist on that old Broadway boast: "Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better."So the Democrats had Max Cleland and a bevy of decorated Vietnam veterans, former admirals and generals? The Republicans have John McCain, that gritty Vietnam P.O.W., and Gen....
  • (humor break) George Bush looks like a fool for false claims on website

    08/17/2004 1:26:36 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 96 replies · 3,714+ views
    dfu | 8-2004 | dfu
    <p>It is not only John Kerry who puts out false information. On Kerry's website was info that was hurredly removed that claimed the candidate was the Vice Chair of the Intelligence Committee. Whoops. That was actually Bob Kerrey. In fact, John attended very few of the very important public or private meetings.</p>
  • ZOT!!! Liberal TRAITORS defame President and other Republicans with "novelty" playing cards.

    07/21/2004 1:17:17 AM PDT · by deathtoliberals2004 · 86 replies · 1,637+ views
    (accidents happen)
  • Happy Birthday President George W. Bush

    07/06/2004 5:28:03 PM PDT · by AmericanMade1776 · 68 replies · 2,271+ views
    Yahoo ^ | July 6,2004 | MYSELF

    06/30/2004 3:33:59 PM PDT · by soozla · 170 replies · 37,798+ views
    Unknown | June 30, 2004 | Unknown
    Abortion & Traditional Values1. Banned Partial Birth Abortion — by far the most significant roll-back of abortion on demand since Roe v. Wade. 2. Reversed Clinton's move to strike Reagan's anti-abortion Mexico Policy. 3. By Executive Order (EO), reversed Clinton's policy of not requiring parental consent for abortions under the Medical Privacy Act. 4. By EO, prohibited federal funds for international family planning groups that provide abortions and related services. 5. Upheld the ban on abortions at military hospitals. 6. Made $33 million available for abstinence education programs in 2004. 7. Supports the Defense of Marriage Act — and a...
  • Anybody But Bush

    05/30/2004 5:12:47 AM PDT · by Daryl L.Hunter · 37 replies · 208+ views
    Upper Valley Free Press ^ | 5-28-04 | Daryl L. Hunter
    At a stop light the other day I saw a bumper sticker that read "Anybody But Bush" and it got me to thinking. Although I support George Bush and Dick Cheney there is always room for improvement. After all The Bush education plan was written by Edward Kennedy, his prescription drug plan is a socialistic Lyndon Johnson like boondoggle, his effort to drill in ANWR for the oil we need seems a little limp wristed, and his failure to replace foreign oil with domestic ethanol by 2015 is irresponsible, and federalizing airport security borders on insanity.Reflecting upon these transgressions/comprimizes makes...
  • What a beautiful map

    05/26/2004 11:49:42 AM PDT · by Hillary's Lovely Legs · 50 replies · 325+ views
    The website is an extremely helpful site to learn about candidates and issues. I pledged my vote for president on the site, and here is the current tally. What a beautiful sight!
  • - The City Maps (why we need the Electoral College)

    05/22/2004 5:25:10 PM PDT · by risk · 10 replies · 154+ views ^ | continually |
  • Orson Scott Card: Who Should Really Be Bush’s Running Mate This Year? [3 best African-Americans]

    03/29/2004 7:51:56 AM PST · by Tolik · 50 replies · 388+ views
    RhinoTimes, Greensboro / ^ | 3/25/2004 | Orson Scott Card
    When George W. Bush asked Dick Cheney to head up his search for a Republican vice-presidential candidate in 2000, neither man expected Cheney himself to end up as Bush’s running mate.After all, Cheney was too old and his health too shaky to be considered. His last elected office was far in the past. Where was his constituency? What state’s electoral votes could he deliver? In a way, it was Bush’s first statesmanlike act, to nominate Cheney. A man who brought almost nothing to the table except experience – an asset, but one with ambiguous value – Cheney could only have...
  • Cheney rallies Ohio, slams Kerry

    03/27/2004 6:11:23 AM PST · by xzins · 6 replies · 175+ views
    The Cincinnati Enquirer ^ | 27 Mar 04 | Howard Wilkinson and Kevin Aldridge
    Vice President Dick Cheney acknowledges the crowd Friday while giving a short address at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton. He then went downtown for a fund-raising event. The Cincinnati Enquirer/GLENN HARTONG DAYTON, Ohio - Vice President Dick Cheney gave Wright-Patterson Air Force Base a quick pat on the back Friday before giving the Democratic presidential candidate the back of his hand at a $1,000-per-plate fund-raising lunch. Cheney flew into Ohio's largest military installation Friday morning for a 10-minute appearance in front of 1,200 military and civilian workers. After he praised the Air Force base's role in the Iraq...
  • Cheney's attack signals higher campaign profile

    03/20/2004 9:32:15 PM PST · by Indy Pendance · 8 replies · 124+ views
    Financial Times ^ | 3-20-04 | Deborah McGregor
    When Dick Cheney launched a stinging personal attack on John Kerry's presidential credentials this week, it signalled a prominent new role for the vice-president in this year's elections. But the strategy also offered Democrats a fresh target and underscored the polarising effect Mr Cheney can have on the campaign trail as he tries to ensure the re-election of President George W. Bush. While beloved by Republican conservatives, Mr Cheney has seen his popularity fall steadily over the past year and he has been dogged by controversy generated by his business ties. A University of Pennsylvania survey this week placed his...
  • A Clear Choice

    03/18/2004 10:42:16 AM PST · by ReleaseTheHounds · 6 replies · 168+ views
    <p>John Kerry "speaks as if only those who openly oppose America's objectives have a chance of earning his respect."</p> <p>Thursday, March 18, 2004 12:01 a.m.</p> <p>Last fall, some people with short memories were asking why on earth California would want to put an actor in the governor's office. The question brought to mind images of 1966, and all the great events that were set in motion by the election of Gov. Ronald Reagan. From his first day in Sacramento to his last day in Washington, Ronald Reagan showed a certain kind of leadership. He had confidence in himself, and even deeper confidence in the United States and our place among nations. His principles were the product of a good heart, a sturdy Midwestern character, and years of disciplined preparation for the work that history gave him. He had a basic awareness of good and evil that made him a champion of human freedom, and the greatest foe of the greatest tyranny of his time. The Cold War ended as it did, not by chance, not by some inevitable progression of events: It ended because Ronald Reagan was president of the United States.</p>
  • Bush Campaign Manager Ken Mehlman: Bush "Flog" to be introduced next week

    03/20/2004 1:42:11 PM PST · by GraniteStateConservative · 47 replies · 234+ views
    I was surprised that no media have reported this. It's apparently an FR scoop of sorts. "The Republican National Committee next week will launch something they call a "flog". It's a fact log. And for those of you who are interested in the facts and the discussion of the facts, for people who believe that the records have been distorted or will be distorted, for people who are concerned that they're listening to something that they believe to be inaccurate, the Republican National Committee, through its flog, will provide an information source will people can find the facts in an...
  • Answers for the "Swing Voter"

    03/18/2004 12:51:02 PM PST · by alwaysconservative · 4 replies · 215+ views | March 18, 2004 | Larry Elder
    Answers for the 'swing voter' Larry Elder (archive) March 18, 2004 | Print | Send A moderate friend -- aka "swing voter" -- recently sent me a letter, in which he raised his objections about President Bush. Moderate Friend: Bush has made no major move to address environmental issues at all. The No. 1 thing a president could do environmentally is lead the charge to get us off fossil fuels. Larry Elder: You must remember to compare benefits versus costs. For the foreseeable future, the only affordable alternatives are coal, natural gas, oil or nuclear. Renewable sources -- solar, wind,...
  • Bush-Cheney ‘04 Announces New Ad in West Virginia

    03/16/2004 11:23:46 AM PST · by PhiKapMom · 29 replies · 227+ views
    Bush-Cheney '04 ^ | 16 March 2004 | Bush-Cheney '04
    Tuesday, March 16, 2004 Bush-Cheney ‘04 Announces New Ad in West Virginia ARLINGTON, VA – This morning, Bush-Cheney ’04 released a new television ad entitled “Troops” that will begin running in West Virginia today. The new ad examines John Kerry’s vote against funding for our troops in Iraq, including money for body armor, higher combat pay and better health care for reservists and their families. The video of the new ads will be transmitted via satellite at noon and available at at 10:30 a.m. Additionally, the ad will be e-mailed to thousands of Bush-Cheney supporters in West Virginia. Script...
  • Important Strategy Memo

    03/16/2004 10:31:07 AM PST · by RWR8189 · 33 replies · 161+ views
    Bush/Cheney 2004 | March 16, 2004 | email
    As a Bush Volunteer you have received this important strategic memo direct from President Bush's chief strategist, Matthew Dowd.  As you read it, one thing should be clear - this election will be very close and the President is counting on the efforts of his grassroots supporters, people like you, to make the difference.   TO:  Campaign Leadership FR:  Matthew Dowd        Chief Strategist RE:  CBS/New York Times poll   Here are a few highlights of the CBS News/New York Times poll released this morning that were largely missing in the story: The President's job approval is rising.  A majority of Americans, 51%, approve,...
  • President's Radio Address- 3/13/2004

    03/13/2004 10:02:19 AM PST · by WinOne4TheGipper · 5 replies · 128+ views
    The White House ^ | 3/13/04 | President Bush
    THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. This week, I met with entrepreneurs and workers in Ohio and New York, and talked to them about how we are strengthening America's economy. Over the past three years, America's economy has faced a series of challenges: stock market decline, recession, terrorist attacks, corporate scandals, and the uncertainties of war. My administration confronted those challenges squarely, and acted boldly. We reduced taxes on families and small businesses, we encouraged new investment and we're seeing the results. America has the fastest-growing major industrialized economy in the world. American productivity has grown faster over the last two years...
  • Giuliani: Bush's dream ticket

    02/29/2004 10:24:29 AM PST · by aculeus · 88 replies · 239+ views
    Scotland On Sunday ^ | 29 Feb 2004 | BEN MCCONVILLE IN NEW YORK
    US PRESIDENT George Bush is ready to pull off the biggest shock of this year’s election campaign by naming Rudy Giuliani as his running mate at the Republican convention in Manhattan in September. Giuliani remains the most popular politician in the US and speculation is mounting that Bush will announce the former New York mayor as his vice presidential candidate as the country marks the third anniversary of the September 11 attacks. The Republican party has already carried out canvassing of voters to assess how much support Giuliani has across the country and, according to reports, received high levels of...

    02/26/2004 7:07:08 PM PST · by KieranMichaelLalor · 41 replies · 201+ views ^ | 2/26/2004 | Kieran Michael Lalor
    What better way for President Bush to demonstrate a bold new vision for America than by choosing National Security Advisor Dr. Condoleeza Rice, a black Woman with an impeccable resume, as his running mate?
  • Republicans Rally Around Cheney as Rumors Swirl

    02/26/2004 8:05:56 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 87 replies · 609+ views
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush (news - web sites) and other Republicans are rallying around Vice President Dick Cheney (news - web sites) as they seek to quash rumors that Bush might ultimately replace Cheney on his re-election ticket. Some pundits believe that if Bush is struggling in the polls a few months from now as the 2004 campaign moves into high gear, he might boost his chances for re-election by picking a running mate other than Cheney. Helping to spur an already active Washington rumor mill was the Feb. 14 cover story in the National Journal which depicted a...
  • Bush affirms Cheney on fall ticket

    02/24/2004 9:42:50 PM PST · by kattracks · 11 replies · 101+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 2/25/04 | Joseph Curl
    <p>President Bush denies reports that he plans to replace his vice president on the 2004 ticket, delighting staunch conservatives and emboldening Democrats who plan to make him the target of their special-interest charges.</p> <p>The president said in November 2002 that Dick Cheney would be his running mate again, but recent reports have mused about Mr. Cheney's imminent replacement. The reports have become so numerous that Mr. Bush addressed them — humorously — in his speech Monday to the Republican Governors Association.</p>
  • The gloves are off! Dubya cartoon

    02/24/2004 7:58:22 PM PST · by IPWGOP · 40 replies · 212+ views ^ | 2/24/2004 | IPWGOP
  • Bush Criticized By Liberals

    11/28/2003 6:33:22 PM PST · by Salem · 96 replies · 289+ views [Email] ^ | 28 November, 2003 | Jon Christian Ryter
    Hillary's Afghan photo op: a medialess turkeyBush Stuns Nation With Surprise Visit to Baghdad...Liberals Respond To Bush's Trip With CriticismBy Jon Christian Once again George W. Bush's political detractors have been upstaged by the man that none of them thought was smart enough to occupy the White House. This time, Bush outfoxed the fox who has been secretly sniffing around outside the chicken coop at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. As the liberal media proudly announced that Sen. Hillary Clinton [D-NY] would be dining with American troops in a relatively secure area in Afghanistan (filing video tape footage for her...
  • Moderators Needed for Minnesota, New York, and North Carolina Bush 2004 Yahoo Discussion Groups

    11/21/2003 4:04:06 PM PST · by My2Cents · 29 replies · 173+ views
    Bush-Cheney Yahoo Groups ^ | 11/21/03 | Self
    There is a need for moderators for Bush-2004 Yahoo Groups that are being established for each state. While there is a need in most states, there is a particular need to recruit moderators for the Minnesota, New York, and North Carolina groups. Moderating a Yahoo Group is fairly simple. You might want to take a look at the Californians for Bush Yahoo Group at . I moderate that Group, and so far I would say that moderator duties are light. At this point the duties are to promote one's particular Group (recruit new members), post articles of interest to...
  • Needed: Moderators for Bush/Cheney Yahoo Groups

    10/28/2003 12:01:56 PM PST · by My2Cents · 5 replies · 347+ views
    Bush/Cheney Yahoo Groups ^ | 10/28/04 | Self
    There's a need for moderators for Bush-2004 Yahoo Groups that are being established for each state. While there is a need in most states, there is a particular need to recruit moderators for the Iowa, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Florida groups. Moderating a Yahoo Group is fairly simple. You might want to take a look at the Californians for Bush Yahoo Group at . I moderate that Group, and so far I would say that moderator duties are light. At this point the duties are to promote one's particular group (recruit new members), post articles of interest to the group...
  • Bush/Cheney '04 Official Website Opens

    05/20/2003 8:11:11 AM PDT · by ewing · 143 replies · 1,238+ views
    RNC ^ | May 20, 2003 | Republican National Committee staff
    There is a link to contribute your email to get involved with the campaign and an 1-800 number for contact. Additions will be coming soon to the site..
  • Large Police and Bus Motorcade in Fairfax Virginia

    05/16/2003 12:52:31 PM PDT · by FoxPro · 46 replies · 257+ views
    Fairfax, VA ^ | Friday, May 16, 2003 | FoxPro
    About an hour ago I saw a motorcade of 4 buses, and about 100 police in cars and on motorcycles, driving fast east on Braddock Road in Fairfax Virginia just west of Washington DC. The police all had their flashers on and it was quite a spectacular site. Does anybody know what is going on? I live her and have never seen anything quite like this, even in DC where I work sometimes.