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  • Alinsky's Rules for Radicals [A Modest Proposal of Revenge]

    10/16/2008 12:54:28 PM PDT · by MeanWestTexan · 72 replies · 1,760+ views
    Public Relations Strategies ^ | August 4, 200 | Craig Miyamoto
    Conservatives are, IMHO, soon to be in the decided and percecuted minority. It is accordingly time to utilize methods from the Radical Left playbook "Rules for Radicals" to further our agenda. My suggested targets are: Harry Reid (vulnerable), the owners of Google (soft and naive), and the president of Time Warner (useful). Here are the Rules: RULE 1: "Power is not only what you have, but what the enemy thinks you have." Power is derived from 2 main sources - money and people. "Have-Nots" must build power from flesh and blood. (These are two things of which there is a...
  • Why Americans Hate Democrats—A Dialogue The unteachable ignorance of the red states.

    11/05/2004 5:36:53 AM PST · by ClintonBeGone · 182 replies · 29,697+ views
    Slate ^ | 11/04/04 | Jane Smiley
    The day after the election, Slate's political writers tackled the question of why the Democratic Party—which has now lost five of the past seven presidential elections and solidified its minority status in Congress—keeps losing elections. Chris Suellentrop says that John Kerry was too nuanced and technocratic, while George W. Bush offered a vision of expanding freedom around the world. William Saletan argues that Democratic candidates won't win until they again cast their policies the way Bill Clinton did, in terms of values and moral responsibility. Timothy Noah contends that none of the familiar advice to the party—move right, move left,...
  • Why Americans Hate Democrats—A Dialogue The unteachable ignorance of the red states.

    11/05/2004 2:54:06 PM PST · by USAF_ret · 12 replies · 901+ views
    Slate ^ | Thursday, Nov. 4, 2004, at 3:24 PM PT | Jane Smiley
    I say forget introspection. It's time to be honest about our antagonists. My predecessors in this conversation are thoughtful men, and I honor their ideas, but let's try something else. I grew up in Missouri and most of my family voted for Bush, so I am going to be the one to say it: The election results reflect the decision of the right wing to cultivate and exploit ignorance in the citizenry. I suppose the good news is that 55 million Americans have evaded the ignorance-inducing machine. But 58 million have not. (Well, almost 58 million—my relatives are not ignorant,...
  • Democrats and the God Gap

    11/07/2004 1:55:26 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 56 replies · 964+ views
    Los Angeles Times ^ | November 7, 2004
    The transcripts show that John F. Kerry said the right things to connect with religion-minded voters, with his earnest speeches about God's work on Earth and invocations of faith and Scripture. Yet they landed with a thud on a populace conditioned to view liberal Democrats as faithless intellectuals. No doubt Kerry's stiff New England style didn't help. This is not what religious faith looks like to much of the rest of the country, especially the South. Yet one candidate's stiffness cannot fully explain the "God gap" that drives people of faith, and those more concerned with moral issues than economic...
  • Where is the 'Christian left'? ( WOW )

    11/09/2004 6:53:03 PM PST · by Dubya · 74 replies · 2,373+ views
    The Miami Herald ^ | Nov. 09, 2004 | Leonard Pitts
    I have to thank Jimmy Carter for saving my sanity. Granted, his was not a presidency that one looks back to with fondness. Gas lines stretched forever, Iran took our people hostage, and there was disco. But Carter's ex-presidency has been a model of that unofficial institution. He has built homes for the poor, mediated wars, helped feed the hungry in Africa, fought disease in Latin America. In so doing, Carter -- a deacon of Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Ga. -- has obeyed a directive that Jesus issued to one of his disciples.
  • Some Democrats Believe the Party Should Get Religion

    11/16/2004 7:36:23 PM PST · by AmericanMade1776 · 65 replies · 1,073+ views
    New York Times ^ | November 17, 2004 | DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
    Bested by a Republican campaign emphasizing Christian faith, some Democrats are scrambling to shake off their secular image, stepping up efforts to organize the "religious left" and debating changes to how they approach the cultural flashpoints of same-sex marriage and abortion. Some call the election a warning. "You can't have everybody who goes to church vote Republican; you just can't," Al From, founder of the Democratic Leadership Council, said last week at a forum on the election. Religious traditionalists including Dr. Richard Land, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the conservative Southern Baptist Convention, and Jim Wallis...
  • From left, religious figures make a push [Only 12% cited gay-marriage as a moral crisis]

    11/27/2004 4:57:13 AM PST · by johnny7 · 15 replies · 545+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | November 27, 2004 | By Glen Johnson
    Liberal religious figures, concerned about broad moral issues such as world poverty as well as the perception that ''moral values" helped win the election for President Bush, are stepping up their organizational efforts to support left-leaning candidates and their causes to prepare for the 2006 midterms and the 2008 presidential election.
  • Democrats Turn to Leader of Religious Left

    01/17/2005 12:20:04 AM PST · by nickcarraway · 76 replies · 3,986+ views
    New York Times ^ | January 17, 2005 | DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
    Democrats, reeling from the Republicans' success at courting churchgoers, are focusing new attention on a religious and political anomaly: Jim Wallis, one of the few prominent left-leaning leaders among evangelical Protestants. At the start of the Congressional session, Senate Democrats invited Mr. Wallis to address their members at a private session to discuss issues. A group of about 15 House Democrats invited him to a breakfast discussion about dispelling their party's secular image. And NBC News has enlisted him to appear as a guest during its inauguration coverage opposite Dr. James C. Dobson, one of the most prominent evangelical conservatives....
  • Democrats Eye Evangelical Vote (they don't get it)

    01/19/2005 6:04:19 PM PST · by DBeers · 34 replies · 1,168+ views
    Focus on the Family ^ | January 18, 2005 | Keith Peters
    The party of abortion has tapped a leader from the religious left to help it get back in the good graces of the red states. Democrats are looking for ways to tap the evangelical vote that went so strongly for Republicans and President Bush in November, so they've enlisted the leader of Sojourners, Jim Wallis, to help improve their party's poor image in the eyes of Christians. Wallis, one of the leaders of the evangelical left, told The New York Times that Democrats have a problem: They are being perceived as secular fundamentalists. Tim Wildmon, president of the American Family...
  • The amazing true story of the liberal evangelical: His mission to save the democrats

    01/24/2005 5:07:45 AM PST · by billorites · 23 replies · 976+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | January 23, 2005 | Wen Stephenson
    Like any preacher worth his salt, Jim Wallis, the self-described "progressive evangelical" leader and editor of Sojourners magazine who has lately been discovered by Democrats in Washington desperate to learn the language of "moral values," likes to tell a story to drive a point home. In his new book, "God's Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It" (HarperSanFrancisco), just published this week and currently sitting at #2 on Amazon.com, Wallis recalls speaking to "a group of Boston's best and brightest Left/liberal intelligentsia" gathered in "a large living room" a few blocks off Harvard Square....
  • Sister Hillary: Can the Democrats close the God gap? (morality of poverty...trump abortion...?)

    01/30/2005 11:35:29 AM PST · by baseball_fan · 21 replies · 507+ views
    The Economist ^ | Jan 27th 2005 | staff from Lexington
    … Hillary Clinton, engaged in …God-drenching ...fundraiser organised by the Reverend Eugene Rivers…She lavished praise on faith-based organizations… ...Clinton's speech was part of a growing debate on the left about how to close the God gap. Democrats want to change the focus of religious debate from abortion and gay marriage to, say, war and poverty. ... …Hillary told …pro-choice activists not only that abortion represents “a sad, even tragic choice to many, many women” but also that “religious and moral values” are the primary reason why teenage girls abstain from early sexual activity. …more proof of Mrs Clinton's political maturity...
  • House Democrats to draw up faith agenda

    01/31/2005 2:03:07 PM PST · by PDR · 80 replies · 1,351+ views
    United Press International ^ | JANUARY 31, 2005 | UPI
    WASHINGTON, Jan. 31 (UPI) -- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., wants her party to develop a faith agenda for 2006 to try to reconnect with religious-minded American voters. Pelosi has tapped U.S. Rep. James Clyburn, D-S.C., to lead the effort to recapture faith-based voters who, exit polls indicate, constituted a substantial bloc of votes in the 2004 U.S. elections. Clyburn said he would convene a working group to review party policies and ideas and look at new ways to frame those issues in faith-based terms, Roll Call reported Monday. "Our problem is not our programs," Clyburn added. "It's been...
  • The Bible: God’s immutable word(Obama on faith)

    07/01/2008 6:18:19 AM PDT · by Victory111 · 31 replies · 146+ views
    Cross Action News ^ | 7-1-08 | Marie Jon'
    America stands at a religious and a political crossroad. If Barack Obama becomes president, his religiosity will be embraced to some extent by certain members of our society. There will be more unseemly and drastic changes than our country has ever experienced. Obama and others of his ilk will dedicatedly undermine the traditional understanding of God’s Word to change our society as they see fit. The Democrats implemented a strategy to vie for votes using Christian verbiage to draw people to them. However, Rev. Jeremiah Wright and Father Michael Pfeger spoiled it to a degree with their flamboyance.
  • GOP's Solidarity on War Is Cracking

    10/20/2006 3:14:53 AM PDT · by John Carey · 20 replies · 624+ views
    Los Angeles Times ^ | October 20, 2006 | Noam N. Levey, Janet Hook and Richard Simon
    Public anxiety over the Iraq war, already reflected in polls and demands from some Democrats to withdraw U.S. troops, is now prompting calls for change from some unlikely quarters: Republican congressional candidates. Across the country, GOP candidates are breaking with the White House over how long troops should remain in Iraq and who should lead the war effort. Even some of President Bush's staunchest allies in solidly Republican states are publicly questioning the administration's war policies, while others are scrambling to find new ways to talk about Iraq in the face of rising voter frustration over management of the war....
  • Unhappy voters imperil heartland Republicans (Reuters-DNC "News" Release)

    09/22/2006 11:25:10 AM PDT · by Lance Romance · 17 replies · 784+ views
    Al-Reuters ^ | 9-22-06 | Andrea Hopkins
    By Andrea HopkinsMONROE CITY, Indiana (Reuters) - In a dozen districts across the U.S. heartland, voter unhappiness has imperiled Republicans, setting the stage for what could be the biggest anti-incumbent midterm election since 1994.Pat Wilkerson says U.S. troops and veterans are her first priority, believes family values are important and voted Republican in 2004. But in November she'll switch parties -- though not because Democrats have won her over."When I vote now, it's not who I'm voting for, it's who I'm voting against," said the 59-year-old administrator, adding she is fed up with the war in Iraq and wants troops...
  • Gregoire ‘Jumps the Shark’ *

    12/09/2004 5:30:03 PM PST · by JosefK · 33 replies · 1,325+ views
    Rossi Transition Team | 9 December 2004 | Josef K (On Mary Lane's Behalf)
    Gregoire ‘Jumps the Shark’ * Now claims she has nothing to do with lawsuit Bellevue, WA – Christine Gregoire had nothing to do with an Attorney General opinion opposing the inclusion of previously rejected ballots into a hand recount. Nor does she have anything to do with a lawsuit filed by the Democratic Party regarding the hand recount in the governor’s race. At least, that’s what Christine Gregoire says. This week Gregoire, who has been Attorney General for 12 years, claimed she had no knowledge of long-standing Attorney General advice that in a manual recount, rejected ballots cannot be introduced...
  • Gregoire & The Memo: Attorney General Claims Ignorance

    12/08/2004 12:38:49 PM PST · by JosefK · 53 replies · 1,770+ views
    Rossi Transition Team | 8 December 2004 | Josef K (On Mary Lane's Behalf)
    Okay, below is latest the Rossi campaign press release: Gregoire & the memo: Attorney General claims ignorance Bellevue, WA – Christine Gregoire is trying to shrug off responsibility for a 1996 memo that puts her own Attorney General’s office at odds with her efforts now to change the rules of the recount in the governor’s race. Yesterday, a November 1996 memo from then-Secretary of State Ralph Munro regarding a manual recount in a state legislative race was made public. It included the following statement: “Challenge of Ballots Not Allowed. We are advised by the Attorney General that state law makes...
  • DNC leader plans investigation of Ohio voting irregularities

    12/08/2004 3:21:04 AM PST · by AmericanMade1776 · 29 replies · 899+ views
    SFGate.com ^ | December 7,2004 | Darryl Fears
    The leader of the Democratic National Committee announced Monday that he will start an investigation into voting irregularities in Ohio, where lines snaked outside some inner-city polling places on election day and provisional ballots were sometimes in short supply. Terry McAuliffe, chairman of the DNC, said the aim of "this comprehensive study is not to contest the results of the 2004 election, but to help ensure that every eligible vote cast is truly counted." McAuliffe made his announcement on the same day that Ohio Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell certified the state's final presidential election results, declaring President Bush...
  • Candidates Officially Request Ohio Recount

    12/07/2004 4:24:03 PM PST · by politicalvanguard.com · 52 replies · 1,515+ views
    AP ^ | 12/7/04 | ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS
    With support from John Kerry's campaign, two third-party candidates for president officially asked on Tuesday for a recount in Ohio, the state that put President Bush over the top in November. The requests, mailed to all 88 counties, were expected to arrive by Wednesday. Generally, county election boards must agree to a recount, as long as the parties bringing the challenge pay for it. And the Green and Libertarian parties collected enough donations to cover the required $113,600, or $10 per precinct. David Cobb, Green Party presidential candidate, said the election was full of irregularities, including uncounted provisional ballots. "There...
  • Election Fraud Ignored By Kerry

    12/07/2004 2:13:36 PM PST · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 37 replies · 1,573+ views
    Coastal Post ^ | Dec 2004 | Stephen Simac
    A great wailing and gnashing of teeth was heard from half the country, while jubilant cheers rose from the other half. At least from the 60% of American citizens who actually voted in the Word Series of Politics. Forty percent chose not to take part in choosing the Commander in Chief of the mightiest military force the world has ever known. Not to take part in choosing the Leader of the Free World. Not to take part in choosing the President of the Untied States. Those were the truly undecided ones and no exit poll was done for them. Australia...
  • WE ARE GOING TO WIN THIS, I GUARANTEE YOU.... (latest rally call from the left)**VANITY**

    11/30/2004 5:15:12 PM PST · by dascallie · 154 replies · 4,981+ views
    Posted tonight 11/30 >>WE ARE GOING TO WIN THIS, I GUARANTEE YOU.... Kerry will be in the White House as long as we keep up the pace we have been at the last few weeks. We need to keep the emails going, keep the protests going...as long as we do this more and more leaders will fall in line as they see the movement grow. I can't say this enough: 1) Protest, Protest, Protest If you have time to attend any protest in your area, DO IT. Get out there. Especially in Ohio and Florida. We did one in CO...
  • Gregoire's illegitimate recount (a comment concerning WA recount mess)

    11/29/2004 1:40:17 PM PST · by alessandrofiaschi · 14 replies · 1,444+ views
    Sound Politics (blog) ^ | November 29, 2004 | Alessandro Fiaschi
    November 29, 2004 Gregoire's illegitimate recount As Seth notes below, John Fund asks in today's WSJ Opinion Journal "Will Democrats steal the Washington governorship?" Well they're certainly going to try. I heard on KUOW this morning (can't find any report on line) that Gregoire will definitely ask for a hand recount this week. How should the Republicans respond? First, it's important to reiterate that Dino Rossi won two statewide counts; even after the Gregoire people won all of their legal and procedural fights to obtain certain unfair advantages; even after they were permitted to hand in questionable (and in...
  • Recount gives Rossi a 42-vote victory But Gregoire vows to press for manual tally

    11/25/2004 6:01:27 AM PST · by Seattle Conservative · 56 replies · 3,641+ views
    Seattle PI ^ | 11-25-04 | Chris McGann and Angela Galloway
    After hundreds of unreadable ballots were enhanced, torn ones replaced and nearly 3 million others recounted, Republican Dino Rossi again bested Democrat Christine Gregoire in the race for governor -- by 42 votes. Rossi declared victory yesterday after winning two statewide counts in the closest gubernatorial race in Washington history and instructed his transition team to continue moving forward. Gregoire, however, refused to give up and said she will demand a manual recount. "The race continues," Gregoire said at a news conference. "It's a tied race." She said she hasn't decided whether she and the Democratic Party would call for...
  • Simmering showdown

    11/24/2004 5:42:35 PM PST · by kupia_kummi · 11 replies · 733+ views
    The Edmonton Sun ^ | November 24, 2004 | DOUG BEAZLEY
    A military noose is slowly tightening around the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, and a city MP is right in the middle of it. Edmonton East Conservative MP Peter Goldring is taking part in a University of Alberta project observing the aftermath of Ukraine's volatile presidential election. Yesterday, he described seeing hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians gathering on the streets of the capital, daring the nation's military to disperse them by force. "The people of Ukraine are telling the world they were robbed and they want their country back," said Goldring. "People are pouring in from all over the country. We've...
  • Judge says no to GOP, won't halt recount

    11/24/2004 3:35:46 PM PST · by swilhelm73 · 16 replies · 1,108+ views
    Seattle Times ^ | November 22, 2004 | Lynn Thompson
    A federal judge yesterday denied a request by the state Republican Party to stop the King County recount of votes in the tightly contested race for governor between Dino Rossi and Christine Gregoire. Despite the judge's ruling, Republicans stepped up their attacks on how election workers in the heavily Democratic county were handling ballots. Gregoire, a Democrat, won King County with 57 percent of the approximately 898,000 votes cast, but she trailed Republican Rossi by 261 votes statewide. The small margin triggered an automatic machine recount. Chris Vance, head of the state Republican Party, accused King County election officials of...
  • Top-donating corporate PACs favored GOP

    11/24/2004 3:21:55 PM PST · by paudio · 2 replies · 365+ views
    CNN.com ^ | 11/24/04
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- The top-giving corporate political action committees didn't hedge their bets in the fall elections despite the narrow division between the GOP and Democrats in Congress. They favored Republican candidates 10-to-1. Of 268 corporate PACs that donated $100,000 or more to presidential and congressional candidates from January 2003 through the middle of last month, 245 gave the majority of their contributions to GOP hopefuls, according to an analysis released Wednesday by the nonpartisan Political Money Line campaign finance tracking service.
  • (Texas State Rep) Heflin petitions for ballot recount - Campaign also alleges fraud

    11/24/2004 1:19:58 PM PST · by weegee · 11 replies · 666+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | Nov. 23, 2004, 1:38AM | By JOE STINEBAKER
    Heflin petitions for ballot recount Campaign also alleges fraud, has until Wednesday to contest election ------------------------------------------ State Rep. Talmadge Heflin is seeking a manual recount of all ballots cast earlier this month in his unsuccessful bid for a 12th term in the Legislature, his lawyer said Monday. The lawyer, Andy Taylor, also said the campaign has uncovered "deeply disturbing evidence of voter fraud and election irregularities" and that the problems may have contributed to Heflin's 32-vote loss to Democratic businessman Hubert Vo earlier this month. "Illegal votes were counted, and legal votes were rejected," Taylor said Monday. Several election experts...
  • Councilman-elect reports vote-buying (Dem enfranchisement)

    11/15/2004 7:15:57 AM PST · by DBeers · 377+ views
    The Daily Iberian: News ^ | November 13, 2004 | BOBBIE J. CLARK
    The Louisiana Secretary of State's office is investigating a newly-elected New Iberia city councilman's allegations that his opponent bought votes with money and alcohol. Raymond "Shoe Do" Lewis claims people working for Georgianna Brown's campaign paid people $2 to $5 or gave them extra dry gin in exchange for their vote during the most recent absentee voting period in October. "I have recorded statements of people who were given money," he said. "The money was given to people with some sample ballots." Lewis denied The Daily Iberian access to the tape, saying he wanted to save it for the investigation....
  • Friend Of NCGOP Vandalism Suspects Has Emotional Outburst Outside Court

    11/08/2004 3:58:18 PM PST · by jern · 102 replies · 4,861+ views
    WRAL ^ | November 8, 2004 | WRAL
    RALEIGH, N.C. -- Three people appeared in court Monday after being charged with vandalizing the North Carolina Republican Party headquarters. However, a friend of the three people had an emotional outburst outside the courtroom. Police said Vanessa Maria Zuloaga, 24, David Rueben Hensley, 20, and Melissa Lynn Brown, 18, attacked the headquarters around 11 p.m. Friday, leaving behind minor smoke damage, broken windows and vulgar messages. They were later charged with malicious damage to property using an incendiary device, a felony, said Raleigh police Maj. D.R. Lane. Hensley and Brown were given court-appointed attorneys, but Zuloaga declined. After they appeared...
  • Signs to start worrying

    11/02/2004 3:09:07 PM PST · by billybudd · 51 replies · 183+ views
    Myself ^ | 11/02/2004 | Myself
    Some early signs that we may be in trouble: 1. On CNBC, when asked about voting irregularities, the Bush spokesman mentioned several incidents and implied a contested election. 2. On CNBC, when asked the same question, the Kerry spokesman said he didn't see any irregularities and didn't expect a contested election. 3. The Republican spokespeople are starting to talk about "We will still have a Republican congress." 4. Tradesports futures and the DOW are down. Maybe manipulation, maybe a sign of trouble. Still, I don't think it's time to quite panic.
  • MONSTER'S DEADLY WARNING TO 'RED' STATES

    11/01/2004 9:39:59 AM PST · by grassboots.org · 37 replies · 741+ views
    New York Post ^ | November 1, 2004 | Grassboots.Org
    Could we get at least one post and one additional added topic from each state to let that scoundrel, scalliwag and man with a target on his head know that we won't be intimidated. IOWA is in. Anybody Else ready to defy Osama Ben Laden: The Original Article: November 1, 2004 -- WASHINGTON - Osama bin Laden warned in his October Surprise video that he will be closely monitoring the state-by-state election returns in tomorrow's presidential race — and will spare any state that votes against President Bush from being attacked, according to a new analysis of his statement.
  • McCullough: DEMS ARE READY TO LIE CHEAT STEAL

    11/01/2004 9:29:35 AM PST · by KMC1 · 16 replies · 1,667+ views
    WMCA - New York ^ | 11.01.2004
    LIE, CHEAT, STEAL THE DEMOCRATS WILL DO IT ALL:What is becoming plainly obvious is how badly the leftists in America are adopting the "anything we have to do to win - even if its illegal" approach to tomorrow's voting process. Fred Barnes in this morning's edition of the Weekly Standard  summed it up  best. "We are entitled to do whatever it takes to defeat him (BUSH), to say whatever we want. You see it in the bumper stickers (re-defeat Bush..., in the destruction of Bush yard signs..., in the harrassment at least in the blue states of anyone wearing a Bush...
  • Neal Boortz Is Not Positive About Tomorrow

    11/01/2004 8:46:17 AM PST · by NotchJohnson · 62 replies · 3,180+ views
    Neal Nuze ^ | 11/1/04 | Neal Boortz
    Sorry, I just don't. It's too close, and the entire thing is going to turn on voter turnout. As I've said, Democrats are a lot better at the turnout game than are Republicans. It's no mystery why. People more likely to vote Democrat are less likely to have a sense of independence and individuality. They're followers, and as followers they're easily herded. Bush's best chance is rain ... bad weather in the battleground states. Bad weather will suppress the Democratic vote. And just why is that? Think about it. The Democratic party is the party of dependency; dependency on government....
  • Unions work to make a difference Members monitor polls, register voters

    10/30/2004 10:50:32 AM PDT · by SmithL · 6 replies · 361+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle` ^ | 10/30/4 | James Sterngold
    In a tight election in which victory is expected to turn on which interest groups can get more of their supporters to the polls, few have more experience, money or manpower than trade unions. But union leaders say that, though they are making an unprecedented effort on behalf of Sen. John Kerry, they are nervous because of what they say is the aggressiveness of pro-Bush groups, particularly in the swing states. The generally Democratic trade unions have always played a big role in modern campaigns, and leaders say they are committing more resources than ever before in key states like...
  • Prepare for Kerry Thugs Anger at Defeat

    10/29/2004 5:23:35 PM PDT · by JimB in Venice · 32 replies · 1,072+ views
    10/29/04 | Jim Boldebook
    Be Prepared for angry Kerry thugs and thug-ettes after Kerry's defeat.
  • Anti-Bush protesters at Bush rally [Pics]

    10/29/2004 10:27:01 AM PDT · by OXENinFLA · 45 replies · 3,159+ views
    Yahoo news photos ^ | 10-29-04 | Martinez Monsivais
    Fri Oct 29, 1:12 PM ET Anti-Bush protesters chant and hold up signs at a campaign rally for President Bush (news - web sites) at Verizon Wireless Arena Friday, Oct. 29, 2004 in Manchester, N.H. The protesters where blaming Bush for the 386 tons of explosives missing in Iraq (news - web sites) while the U.S. has been in control. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
  • Voter fraud in St. Joseph Countyindiana (the dead register to vote)

    10/28/2004 4:31:05 PM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 17 replies · 1,286+ views
    wndu.com ^ | 10 28 04 | wndu.com
    The U.S. attorney for the northern district of Indiana is being asked to investigate an alleged incident of voter fraud. The name of a man who died more than three years ago has shown up on paperwork requesting a mailed absentee ballot.The man's name is Stanley Grygiel. He was a staunch democrat, a UAW member and somewhat politically active. Up until now, it appeared that activity ended when he died in June of 2001.Mail from the Democratic Party still occasionally shows up at the home of the late Grygiel, according to a son who still lives there. The son expressed...
  • Teens charged with vandalizing Bush signs, painting swastika

    10/28/2004 3:38:30 PM PDT · by Rakkasan1 · 24 replies · 983+ views
    MPLS Star & Sickle ^ | 10-28-04 | AP
    DULUTH - Three teenagers are charged with a felony after confessing that they vandalized campaign signs for President Bush and painting a swastika outside a Duluth home.
  • Student Get-Out-The-Vote Drive Halted (Milwaukee,WI)

    10/28/2004 9:47:22 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 7 replies · 495+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 10/28/04 | AP
    MILWAUKEE - The superintendent of Milwaukee schools halted a get-out-the-vote program involving students after complaints were raised about its link to a pro-Kerry organization. Superintendent William Andrekopoulos acted late Wednesday, citing a policy that prohibits the district from being a political advocate. His decision came a day after Republicans accused Democrats of using the students for political gain because the program was organized by the Wisconsin Citizen Action Fund, whose parent organization endorsed Sen. John Kerry (news - web sites) for president. Students at 33 Milwaukee schools called voters and went door to door in minority neighborhoods and areas with...
  • Student disrupts protest

    10/27/2004 12:39:07 PM PDT · by real saxophonist · 65 replies · 2,966+ views
    Greeley Tribune ^ | October 26, 2004 | Julie Piotraschke
    Student disrupts protest Julie Piotraschke, juliep@windsortribune.com October 26, 2004 The detaining of a college student shattered hours of passionate but peaceful protesting by hundreds who lined up Monday morning outside of Island Grove Regional Park. Michael McCarthy, a journalism student at the University of Northern Colorado, was wrestled to the ground by police after he continued to smack an officer on the top of his head with a red and blue "Veterans for Kerry" sign. According to witness Monica McRae, who had come up from Denver in support of the president, McCarthy had ignored the officer when he was asked...
  • Convicted Felons urged to vote in Michigan - Detroit Mayor

    10/27/2004 9:35:06 AM PDT · by epluribus_2 · 11 replies · 895+ views
    news radio 950 AM WWJ | 26-oct-2004 | epluribus_2
    Heard a radio appeal by mayor Kwame Kilpatrick urging citizens to vote. He said that even if you have been convicted of a felony, you can vote as long as you are not in prison. Weird message. Can this be legal? They are hoping to match Saddam's 100% of the vote in Wayne County to counter the 99% Republican rest of our great Great Lake state.
  • Thomaston, Maine police nab sign stealer

    10/27/2004 9:20:12 AM PDT · by owls_man · 28 replies · 1,192+ views
    Village Soup ^ | Oct. 27, 2004 | Staff
    THOMASTON (Oct 26, 2004): A Kerry supporter from Monmouth was issued a summons for receiving stolen property after Thomaston police found 14 stolen Bush-Cheney signs on the back of his van. Officer David Johnson observed 32-year-old Joel Hokkanen's van turn onto Old County Road, pull onto the shoulder and turn off its lights just before midnight on Thursday. Johnson followed the van down Old County Road after noticing that Hokkanen's inspection sticker had expired in August. Johnson pulled the van over at the corner of Dexter and Old County roads and noticed that while Hokkanen was sporting a Kerry pin...
  • Man Accused Of Trying To Run Over Katherine Harris Man: 'I Intimidated Them With My Car'

    10/27/2004 8:55:44 AM PDT · by sheikdetailfeather · 107 replies · 4,248+ views
    The Associated Press ^ | October 27, 2004 | http://www.wkmg.com
    Man Accused Of Trying To Run Over Katherine Harris Man: 'I Intimidated Them With My Car' POSTED: 11:30 am EDT October 27, 2004 UPDATED: 11:47 am EDT October 27, 2004 SARASOTA, Fla. -- A Sarasota man was arrested on an aggravated assault charge Wednesday after he was accused of trying to run down U.S. Rep. Katherine Harris and a group of supporters with his car. A silver Cadillac sped toward the group at a Sarasota intersection Tuesday evening, then swerved at the last minute before driving off, according to police. Witnesses gave the car's license plate number to police, and...
  • Man Arrested for Assault Against Harris

    10/27/2004 8:25:45 AM PDT · by pickemuphere · 91 replies · 3,137+ views
    TBO.com Newswire ^ | 10/27/04 | TBO Newswire
    SARASOTA - A 46-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an aggravated assault incident against U.S. Rep. Katherine Harris (R-Sarasota). The incident happened when Harris and several supporters were campaigning on the northwest corner of the intersection at Fruitville Road and North Washington Boulevard Tuesday evening, according to Sarasota police. A vehicle headed toward them and swerved at the last moment and drove off. The police got a good description of the car and the suspect was brought in for questioning before being arrested. Barry M. Seltzer of Sarasota was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly...