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November 30, 2006

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Democrats Reject Key 9/11 Panel Suggestion

Democrats Reject Key 9/11 Panel Suggestion
Neither Party Has an Appetite for Overhauling Congressional Oversight of Intelligence

It was a solemn pledge, repeated by Democratic leaders and candidates over and over: If elected to the majority in Congress, Democrats would implement all of the recommendations of the bipartisan commission that examined the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

But with control of Congress now secured, Democratic leaders have decided for now against implementing the one measure that would affect them most directly: a wholesale reorganization of Congress to improve oversight and funding of the nation's intelligence agencies. Instead, Democratic leaders may create a panel to look at the issue and produce recommendations, according to congressional aides and lawmakers.

Because plans for implementing the commission's recommendations are still fluid, Democratic officials would not speak for the record. But aides on the House and Senate appropriations, armed services and intelligence committees confirmed this week that a reorganization of Congress would not be part of the package of homeland-security changes up for passage in the "first 100 hours" of the Democratic Congress.

"I don't think that suggestion is going anywhere," said Rep. C.W. Bill Young (R-Fla.), the chairman of the Appropriations defense subcommittee and a close ally of the incoming subcommittee chairman, Rep. John P. Murtha (D-Pa.). "That is not going to be their party position."

It may seem like a minor matter, but members of the commission say Congress's failure to change itself is anything but inconsequential. In 2004, the commission urged Congress to grant the House and Senate intelligence committees the power not only to oversee the nation's intelligence agencies but also to fund them and shape intelligence policy. The intelligence committees' gains would come at the expense of the armed services committees and the appropriations panels' defense subcommittees. Powerful lawmakers on those panels would have to give up prized legislative turf.

But the commission was unequivocal about the need.

"Of all our recommendations, strengthening congressional oversight may be among the most difficult and important," the panel wrote. "So long as oversight is governed by current congressional rules and resolutions, we believe the American people will not get the security they want and need."

Now Democrats are balking, just as Republicans did before them.

The decision will almost certainly anger commission members, as well as families of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks, many of whom have pressed hard for implementation of the recommendations.

"The Democrats pledged to implement all the remaining 9/11 reforms, not some of them," said former representative Timothy J. Roemer (D-Ind.), who served on the commission.

Carie Lemack, whose mother was in one of the jets that hit the World Trade Center, echoed that sentiment: "It wasn't a Chinese takeout menu, the 41 recommendations. You have to do all of them."

Democratic leadership dust-ups this month severely limited the ability of House Speaker-elect Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) to implement the commission's recommendations, according to Democratic aides.

Pelosi strongly backed Murtha for House majority leader, only to see him soundly defeated by Rep. Steny H. Hoyer (Md.). That chain of events made it difficult for her to ask Murtha, a longtime ally, to relinquish control of the intelligence budget from his consolation prize, the chairmanship of the Appropriations defense subcommittee, according to Democratic sources.

Likewise, a controversy over the choice of a new chairman of the House intelligence committee proved to be a factor in the decision. The Sept. 11 commission urged Congress to do away with traditional term limits on the intelligence committees to preserve continuity and expertise, a recommendation the House implemented in 2003. But in her search for a reason to drop the committee's most senior Democrat, Jane Harman (Calif.), from the panel, Pelosi fell back on the tradition of term limits. She has decided to pass over the intelligence committee's second-ranking Democrat, Alcee L. Hastings (Fla.), as well.

To the Sept. 11 commission, the call for congressional overhaul was vital, said former New Jersey governor Thomas H. Kean (R), the commission's co-chairman. Because intelligence committee membership affords lawmakers access to classified information, only intelligence committee members can develop the expertise to watch over operations properly, he said. But because the panels do not control the budget, intelligence agencies tend to dismiss them.

"The person who controls your budget is the person you listen to," Kean said.

Those people, the appropriators, do not seem to care much, he said. The intelligence budget is a small fraction of the nearly $500 billion overseen by the armed services committees and the appropriations panels' defense subcommittees. Kean said that Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), an Armed Services Committee member, told the Sept. 11 commission that if his panel spends 10 minutes considering the intelligence budget, it has been a good year.

"We think this is extremely crucial," Kean said of a reorganization shifting budget authority to the intelligence committees. But, he added, there are "a lot of old bulls in both parties who just don't want to do it."

In 2004, the Senate tried to reach a compromise on the issue, proposing to create intelligence subcommittees under the House and Senate appropriations committees. The appropriators would maintain most of their power, but at least distinct panels would have to watch over intelligence spending.

The idea went nowhere in the House. To make it work, total spending on intelligence would have to be declassified, another commission recommendation that Congress has rejected. Besides, Young said, an intelligence subcommittee effectively exists in the form of the Appropriations defense subcommittee chairman and ranking member, who have taken serious interest in intelligence spending.

Democratic aides yesterday chose to talk up what they will do in the opening hours of the 110th Congress. Plans are not complete, but the incoming Democratic majority is likely to expand efforts to stop the proliferation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons; ensure the interoperability of communications equipment so first responders can communicate more effectively; develop a comprehensive screening system for air cargo; and establish a civil-liberties board to protect the public against intelligence agencies expanding their reach.

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We told you so sounds so appropriate right now. The Democrats ran on a HUGE amount of Promises that YOU Democrats voted for that they will NEVER be able to deliver on and you guy's swallowed this hook, line and sinker!

November 22, 2006

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To ALL our Troops Thank You!!! and Happy Thanksgiving!

November 20, 2006

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Global Orgasm For Peace Day

Anti-War Activists Plan 'Global Orgasm For Peace'

SAN FRANCISCO (Does'nt it just figure?) Two peace activists have planned a massive anti-war demonstration for the first day of winter.

But they don't want you marching in the streets. They'd much rather you just stay home.

The Global Orgasm for Peace was conceived by Donna Sheehan, 76, and Paul Reffell, 55, whose immodest goal is for everyone in the world to have an orgasm Dec. 22 while focusing on world peace.

"The orgasm gives out an incredible feeling of peace during it and after it," Reffell said Sunday. "Your mind is like a blank. It's like a meditative state. And mass meditations have been shown to make a change."

The couple are no strangers to sex and social activism. Sheehan, no relation to anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan, brought together nearly 50 women in 2002 who stripped naked and spelled out the word "Peace."

The stunt spawned a mini-movement called Baring Witness that led to similar unclothed demonstrations worldwide.

The couple have studied evolutionary psychology and believe that war is mainly an outgrowth of men trying to impress potential mates, a case of "my missile is bigger than your missile," as Reffell put it. (Oh it couldnt possibly have anything to do with 3000 American's slaughtered on 9-11 could it?)

By promoting what they hope to be a synchronized global orgasm, they hope to get people to channel their sexual energy into something more positive.

The couple said interest appears strong, with 26,000 hits a day to their Web site,

"The dream is to have everyone in the world (take part)," Reffell said. "And if that means laying down your gun for a few
minutes, then hey, all the better."

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Rangel Calls For Reinstating Military Draft

WASHINGTON -- Americans would have to sign up for a new military draft after turning 18 if the incoming chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee has his way.

Rep. Charles Rangel, D-N.Y., said Sunday he sees his idea as a way to deter politicians from launching wars and to bolster U.S. troop levels insufficient to cover potential future action in Iran, North Korea and Iraq.

"There's no question in my mind that this president and this administration would never have invaded Iraq, especially on the flimsy evidence that was presented to the Congress, if indeed we had a draft and members of Congress and the administration thought that their kids from their communities would be placed in harm's way," Rangel said.

Rangel, a veteran of the Korean War who has unsuccessfully sponsored legislation on conscription in the past, said he will propose a measure early next year.

In 2003, he proposed a measure covering people age 18 to 26. This year, he offered a plan to mandate military service for men and women between age 18 and 42; it went nowhere in the Republican-led Congress.

Democrats will control the House and Senate come January because of their victories in the Nov. 7 election.

At a time when some lawmakers are urging the military to send more troops to Iraq, "I don't see how anyone can support the war and not support the draft," said Rangel, who also proposed a draft in January 2003, before the U.S. invasion of Iraq.

Rangel, the next chairman of the House tax-writing committee, said he worried the military was being strained by its overseas commitments.

"If we're going to challenge Iran and challenge North Korea and then, as some people have asked, to send more troops to Iraq, we can't do that without a draft," Rangel said.

He said having a draft would not necessarily mean everyone called to duty would have to serve. Instead, "young people (would) commit themselves to a couple of years in service to this great republic, whether it's our seaports, our airports, in schools, in hospitals," with a promise of educational benefits at the end of service.

Graham said he believes the all-voluntary military "represents the country pretty well in terms of ethnic makeup, economic background."

Repeated polls have shown that about seven in 10 Americans oppose reinstatement of the draft and officials say they do not expect to restart conscription.

Outgoing Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld told Congress in June 2005 that "there isn't a chance in the world that the draft will be brought back."

Yet the prospect of the long global fight against terrorism and the continuing U.S. commitment to stabilizing Iraq have kept the idea in the public's mind.

The military drafted conscripts during the Civil War, both world wars and between 1948 and 1973. An agency independent of the Defense Department, the Selective Service System trains, keeps an updated registry of men age 18-25 _ now about 16 million _ from which to supply untrained draftees that would supplement the professional all-volunteer armed forces.

Rangel and Graham appeared on "Face the Nation" on CBS.

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Rangel Will Seek Draft

Rangel Calls for Reinstating Military Draft
Well all you young people that were watching MTV, the "Vote or Die" Puff Daddy group or whatever you call yourselves. GUESS WHAT? You're joining to the Military whether YOU like it or not!! Thank's to YOU'RE vote for the "Democrat" Party! We have just under 4 million Troops spread out all over the World and here at home SO WHY DO WE NEED THE FRIGGEN DRAFT? Didnt Charlie Rangel run on a platform of "Not pulling this crap again"? Another Democrat lie. They are already mounting. Charlie Rangel has to be the most dangerous in this bunch of Liberal Lunatic's (Although it is getting harder to tell which one is more dangerous) and has pleged he will seek to re-instate the Draft when he is sworn in. EVERYONE that is serving right now said "Send Me", enlistment rates, and re-enlistment rates are at all time high's and Ol Charlie want's more? Better hope President Bush can stop this madness!! So this is the Democrat's Idea For Taking The Country In A "New Direction"? I have a better idea, IF IT AINT BROKE DONT FIX IT!!!

November 17, 2006

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Story's That Caught My Eye

Story's That Caught My Eye This Week That I Didnt Have Enough Time To Post About:

Iran Says It's Making 'Final' Nuclear Step

Walmart Brings Back Christmas

Pelosi Tempts Disaster

CNN's Glenn Beck Exposes Radical Islam

Carville: Fire Dean

Voo Doo Practitioner Tries to Jinx Bush LMAO!
Just in case anyone is interested in any of this stuff.

November 16, 2006

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Murtha Get's The Boot

Hoyer Wins House Majority Leader Race, Giving Pelosi First Setback

WASHINGTON — Rep. Steny Hoyer emerged victorious Thursday after a bruising battle to win the No. 2 House leadership post in the 110th Congress.

Hoyer handily defeated Rep. John Murtha, who had the backing of House Speaker-nominee Nancy Pelosi to be her chief deputy when Democrats take back the House in January.

"My pledge to my caucus and my pledge to my country is: I will work as hard as I can, exercise as much talent as I have to make sure that the agenda that has been put before the American people by Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic Party, an agenda of change ... will take this country in a new direction," Hoyer said.

Hoyer's success is a setback for Pelosi, who had faced her first leadership challenge by tossing aside her current deputy, with whom she had a chilly relationship, in favor of her longtime ally. Pelosi had been nominated earlier in the day to be the Democratic nominee for House speaker, the first woman to become second in line in succession for the presidency.

In introducing the new leadership team, Pelosi congratulated Hoyer, but said before he speaks, she wanted to "acknowledge the magnificent contribution of Mr. Murtha to this debate on the war in Iraq."

"I thank him for his courage in stepping forward one year ago to speak truth to power. He changed the debate in this country in a way that I think gave us this majority in this November," Pelosi said of Murtha. "I was proud to support him for majority leader, because I thought that would be the best way to bring an end to the war in Iraq. I know that he will continue to take the lead on that issue for our caucus, for this Congress, for our country."

But Pelosi and Hoyer also made nice. Pelosi said she extends "great congratulations to Hoyer."

"I look forward to working with him in a unified way," Pelosi said. "We've had our debates; we've had our disagreements in that room. And now, that is over. As I said to my colleagues, as we say in church, let there be peace on Earth and let it begin with us. Let the healing begin. I am just delighted that we have a Democratic speaker and a Democratic majority."

For his part, Hoyer called Pelosi "a person of deep values, keen intellect and extraordinary political abilities."

"Nancy and I have worked together for four years, closely and effectively. And we have created the most unified caucus in the last half-century. Nancy and I, I think, have been a good team," he said.

Hoyer defeated Murtha 149-86. His success was aided by his record of campaigning in 82 districts this past election season, winning support ahead of time from both moderate and liberal members of the party and earning the backing of more than half of the 29 new Democratic House members.

Murtha had been pummeled in the news ahead of the Democratic caucus vote, but at his last "campaign breakfast" Thursday appeared pumped. Supporters wore campaign buttons into the party election room.

Unlike the other leadership races this week, the loser was asked to speak. Murtha said people asked why he didn't win, and the reason was "I didn't have enough votes."

But Murtha said he felt he had done a lot to change the direction of the debate on the Iraq war and would continue to do so from his position as chairman of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee.

"I talk to the military leaders all the time. The military leaders know there's a limitation to military power. They know that it's time for us to redeploy," he said.

The contested vote for the majority leader occurred after each of the candidates was allotted 15 minutes to make their case or have supporters make speeches on their behalf.

Each of the candidates had been nominated by four colleagues. Murtha had been nominated by Pelosi, Reps. Loretta Sanchez of California, Kendrick Meek of Florida and Dennis Kucinich of Ohio, a 2004 presidential hopeful.

Nominations for Hoyer came from Reps. Henry Waxman of California, Elijah Cummings of Maryland, Dennis Cardoza of California, who also helped nominate Pelosi, and Representative-elect Brad Ellsworth of Indiana.

During the party vote, Rep. Rahm Emanuel, credited with engineering the Democratic takeover, became the caucus chairman. Rep. John Larson of Connecticut was re-elected vice-chairman while Rep. James Clyburn of South Carolina went unopposed to become majority whip, the No. 3 spot in the Democratic line-up.

Speaking to the caucus after winning the nomination by acclamation, Speaker-to-be Pelosi vowed to keep the party clean. (HAHAHAHA!)

"We made history and now we will make progress for the American people," she said. "We will not be dazzled by money and special interests."

Pelosi also called for unity in the party, but within moments she put her prestige on the line by nominating Murtha for majority leader.

Pelosi had publicly backed Murtha, a longtime friend whose recorded session with undercover FBI agents, alleged record of earmarking pet projects while vice-chairman of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee and comments on recent ethics reform proposals had raised questions among some about his fitness to lead and Pelosi's judgment in supporting him.

Pelosi's public endorsement was thought to have had the effect of stripping some support from Hoyer, who has had a cool relationship with Pelosi while the two have served in the Democratic leadership together.

Asked about her decision to support Murtha, Pelosi later told reporters that she did not think her endorsement had marred her ability to lead the caucus or its ongoing unity.

"I am completely jubilant today to be nominated by acclamation by my party. I have to be who I am and I am a person who is committed to ending this war. It has been a grotesque mistake. ... and I promise I will do everything possible to end it," she said. "The caucus thought differently."

Hoyer added that while he and Pelosi may have had differences sometimes, "our caucus is unified today. Now, I intend to do everything in my power ... to make Nancy Pelosi the most successful speaker" in U.S. history. (HAHAHA!)

The chilly cooperation between Hoyer and Pelosi dates back to when the two ran against each other for the minority whip post in 2001. Murtha steered the winning campaign for Pelosi. In return, she showed her allegiance, and with allies like California Rep. George Miller reportedly working behind the scenes for Murtha, especially during one-on-one meetings with Democratic freshman who must rely on Pelosi for committee assignments.

Just before the vote, a Democratic source responded to allegations that Murtha did not have the votes to win or that he would bow out. The source said those rumors are "absolutely false, a surreptitious attempt by Hoyer's team to weaken the support for Murtha."

While the pledges of party unity are made for public consumption, a Hoyer victory could be seen as a defeat for Pelosi in her first major move since Election Day. The race roiled a Democratic caucus that needs maximum cooperation in order to rule the fractious House effectively come January.

Many Democrats also expressed dismay that the family feud had broken out in the first place and objected to heavy pressure placed on longstanding Hoyer supporters.

Murtha is not going into the night by any means. He is expected to remain on the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, which he will chair. That gives him a lot of authority to determine the Pentagon's budget and force the decision-making hands at the Department of Defense. (Heaven Help Us)

Hoyer, 67, a 25-year veteran in Congress, also had public backing from nine veteran lawmakers who are in line to become committee chairmen. Pelosi is in charge of designating committee assignments.

While Democrats voted on their leadership, House Republicans, finding themselves in the minority for the first time since 1994, demonstrated that they too are seeking unity ahead of their leadership elections on Friday.

Speaker Dennis Hastert of Illinois is leaving the leadership ranks. The race to become the House's top Republican came down to two on Wednesday — current Majority Leader John Boehner of Ohio and Rep. Mike Pence of Indiana. Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Joe Barton of Texas dropped out late Wednesday and endorsed Boehner.

"This race was and is a contest among allies and it will remain so. If we're going to get our majority back in two years, we're all going to need each other," Boehner said acknowledging Barton's support.

The Republicans met behind closed doors on Thursday to make their cases. The second-in-command job for the GOP is also being contested. Majority Whip Roy Blunt of Missouri faces Rep. John Shadegg of Arizona.

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Dems Dump Murtha

Pelosi's First Defeat

Murtha's Earmark's And Lobbyist Brother "Kit" Murtha
Ok let's tally this up so far. Nancy Pelosi, has won Speaker of the House but we all knew that was comming, I mean there wasnt a news agency out there that didnt hype that up big. And Nancy supported and endorsed John Murtha who was involved in the ABSCAM sting, gave up information of others involved so he wouldnt have any charges filed against him, and to his credit he didnt take the bribe money of 50,000 at the time, yet said he might in the future. (And who know's if he did since?) And Whose Brother "Kit" Murtha was once a big time lobbyist who got hundreds of Earmark's Passed through Murtha !@#$#@! Questionable Ethic's there. Oh yeah and bashes our Troops at any given moment. Murtha would have been the big #2 in the House, House Majority Leader. But Steny Hoyer beat Murtha out of that position. Hoyer is more "Moderate".

Now we have a new battle for House Select Committee On Intelligence. Nancy's Pick? Alcee Hastings. Alcee Hastings was Censured, Impeached, and removed from office in 1989 for Ethics violations included Bribery, Lying, Fabrication Of Evidence, Tax Evasion, and various other charges. And once again joins the House in 1993. This guy has NO Ethic's Period!

And we arent even into 100 Hours of them being sworn in yet!

And Nancy Pelosi PROMISED to have an ETHIC VIOLATION FREE CONGRESS? AND THESE ARE HER PICKS? Is Nancy Pelosi Insane???? This is starting to turn into the "CONGRESS OF CORRUPTION"!

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Kerry Can Only Watch

Former U.S. Presidential candidate John Kerry (Background) watches on as incoming U.S. Senate Majority leader Harry Reid (C)(D-NV) walks alongside his party colleagues on Capitol Hill November 14, 2006. Reid, a moderate Nevada Democrat, was elected by colleagues on Tuesday as U.S. Senate majority leader for the 110th Congress that will convene in January. The other top positions are (2ndL-R) Vice Chair of the Conference Charles Schumer (D-NY), Secretary of the Conference Patty Murray (D-WA) and Assistant Majority Leader Dick Durbin (D-IL).

Make's you almost feel sorry for him doesnt it? NOT!!!!!!

November 15, 2006

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Abramoff Names Harry Reid As One Of 6-8 Seriously Corrupt DEMOCRAT'S

Abramoff Reports to Prison; Officials Focus on Reid, Others

As convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff reported to federal prison today, a source close to the investigation surrounding his activities told ABC News that Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) was one of the members of Congress Abramoff had allegedly implicated in his cooperation with federal prosecutors.

A spokesperson for Reid, elected yesterday as the Senate Majority Leader, said the senator had done nothing illegal or unethical.

"We have no idea what Abramoff is telling prosecutors to save his skin, but I do know that these kind of old allegations are completely ridiculous and untrue," Sen. Reid's spokesman Jim Manley told ABC News.

A source close to the investigation says Abramoff told prosecutors that more than $30,000 in campaign contributions to Reid from Abramoff's clients "were no accident and were in fact requested by Reid."

.............................Harry Reid D-NV

Abramoff has reportedly claimed the Nevada senator agreed to help him on matters related to Indian gambling.

The Associated Press reported earlier this year that Reid wrote at least four letters helpful to the tribes that had contributed money to his campaign.

Reid has denied there was any connection between the letters and the contributions and has said he is a longtime opponent of certain kinds of Indian reservation gambling.

The AP reported that Reid acknowledged "routine contacts" with Abramoff's lobbying partners and intervening to block rival tribal casinos.

The AP also reported that Abramoff's billing records showed extensive contact with Reid's office over a three-year period in which Reid collected more than $68,000 from Abramoff's firm, partners and clients.

Prosecutors have said that Abramoff's cooperation is essential to the corruption investigation, but, so far, they have brought only one prosecution against a member of Congress connected to Abramoff, Republican Bob Ney of Ohio, who resigned.

The source said prosecutors do not intend to rely solely on Abramoff's account of events, and his allegations against Reid and others will not necessarily result in criminal charges.

Sources close to the federal investigation say Abramoff has offered testimony about his contacts with "six to eight seriously corrupt Democratic senators" and an ever larger number of Republican members of Congress.

In addition to Reid, the sources say Abramoff has been most closely questioned about his contacts with Sen. Conrad Burns (R-Mont.), who was defeated in last week's election.

"Being defeated may have been one of the best things that ever happened to Burns," said a source close to the investigation. "There is much more interest in members of Congress who are still in office," the source said.

Burns, who received more than $150,000 in Abramoff-connected campaign contributions, has strongly denied any wrongdoing and returned the money.

Sen. Reid has been an outspoken critic of the connections between Abramoff and Republican legislators.

In a speech earlier this year, Sen. Reid described it as "a program where the lobbyists paid and the Republican members of Congress played."

The Justice Department said it would have no comment on the ongoing Abramoff investigation.

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Well we tried to warn you people that voted for these Lunatic's! Now we ALL have to pay the price for the next 2 friggen years! Why wasnt this story by Brian Ross told BEFORE the Election? And who are all these other Democrat Senator's that are involved? It seems The "Culture Of Corruption" lands on both sides of the fence! The MSM strikes again! But if it's a Republican it's all over the front page, if it's a Democrat it get's buried! Unfortunatley for us they wait till after a major Election to tell us about it! Figures.

November 14, 2006

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Murtha Claims Swiftboated By Own Party/Divided Already?

Murtha Lashes Out at Dem Leadership Opponent

WASHINGTON — The race to be the No. 2 House Democratic leader turned nasty Tuesday, with challenger Rep. John Murtha accusing opponents of "swift-boat style attacks" that hark back to his days being investigated in the FBI's 1980 Abscam sting.

Murtha won endorsement Monday from Nancy Pelosi, who is widely expected to be the House speaker. But Murtha is opposed by some liberals who say they are not happy with the Pennsylvania lawmaker's pro-gun and anti-abortion record. Others say Pelosi took a wrong turn in backing Murtha over her current deputy Rep. Steny Hoyer because Murtha's record is marred by ethics questions of the type Pelosi pledged to clean up in Congress.

"I am disconcerted that some are making headlines by resorting to unfounded allegations that occurred 26 years ago. I thought we were above this type of swift-boating attack. This is not how we restore integrity and civility to the United States Congress," Murtha said of the ample press coverage of his link to Abscam and more recent negotiations he made as ranking Democrat on the Defense Appropriations Committee.

Murtha was not indicted in the bribes-for-political-favors probe and ultimately cleared of wrongdoing by the House ethics committee. But his raunchy language and open-ended option to consider a future deal with undercover FBI agents is forever captured on videotape.

The New York Times on Tuesday also reported that Murtha helped block changes in ethics policies that Democrats proposed last year and is known as "an astute backroom-deal maker known for trading votes for the pet projects known as earmarks. He has had family members who lobbied on issues under his control."

Murtha, a Vietnam veteran who last year proposed a hasty withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, tried to change the subject on Tuesday.

"Of the critical issues we are faced with today, the war in Iraq is the most crucial. The Pelosi-Murtha position on the war is the reason the Democrats are in the majority today. Congressman Hoyer's position has been to stay the course with President Bush from the very beginning and, like Senator John McCain, he advocates sending in more troops," Murtha said.

Hoyer is considered the favorite to win the majority leader race, having visited 82 congressional districts this past election cycle. He helped raise $8.2 million for the party's candidates in the months leading to the Nov. 7 election, earning him letters of support from more than half of the incoming lawmakers who won their seats last week.

After Murtha's statement, Hoyer's office shot back.

"Congressman Hoyer and Congressman Murtha have joined other Democratic leaders from both the House and Senate in signing three letters to the president that outline the consensus among Democrats regarding Iraq," said Stacey Farnen Bernards, Hoyer’s press secretary. "Any representation that Congressman Hoyer endorses a ‘stay-the-course’ strategy or advocates sending more troops to Iraq is wrong."

At a news conference Tuesday, Hoyer said he still expects to win the post, and despite Pelosi's anticipated endorsement of her friend Murtha, "Nancy Pelosi and I will work very closely together in the future. Why? Because both of us care about the objectives of our party."

Hoyer also has the backing of several members of the Progressive Caucus, who sent a letter Monday to their Democratic colleagues, urging support for Hoyer.

"As our Democratic Whip over the last four years, Steny has worked very well with Nancy and our entire leadership team, and their efforts have helped our caucus achieve greater unity than at any time in the last half century," reads the letter signed by Reps. Maxine Waters, Jerrold Nadler, Elijah Cummings, Jose Serrano, Jesse Jackson Jr. and Emanuel Cleaver.

The group pointed to Hoyer's support for hiking the federal minimum wage, enhancing human and civil rights and environmental protections, increasing education and health care funding and backing the Freedom of Choice Act, which would codify Roe v. Wade.

Three-term Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., said he backs Hoyer, but has not been pressured by Pelosi or others to change his mind and support Murtha instead.

"This is a Democratic Caucus that will be able to develop a consensus, and members will choose whoever they feel would be most representative of our caucus and its principles and values," Israel told FOX News.

Israel added that he doesn't think "the vast majority of the American people woke up this morning" thinking about who's going to be the Democratic leaders in the House. Instead, they are worried about Iraq and other issues, he said.

"I'm focusing my efforts and continuing to try and develop some common-sense, bipartisan solutions to the situation in Iraq, and, frankly, putting the politics and internal Democratic Caucus matters on the back burner where they belong," he said.

The infighting is not unexpected. Murtha and Pelosi have long been allies, while Pelosi and Hoyer have had a less cordial relationship, starting with her defeat of Hoyer in 2002 to become the minority leader following Dick Gephardt's departure from Congress.

Murtha announced last fall he intended to run for majority leader if Democrats won control of the House, a pre-election jab at Hoyer at a time the Marylander was pledging support for Pelosi.

Pelosi told Murtha to hold back, saying that she didn't want to divide the party while Democrats were trying to win the majority from Republicans after 12 years in the minority.

In her letter Monday, Pelosi began by noting that Murtha had requested her support. Noting his opposition to the war, she added, "Your leadership gave so many Americans, including respected military leaders, the encouragement to voice their own disapproval at a failed policy that weakens our military and makes stability in that region even more difficult to achieve."

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Watchdog Group Frown's On Democrats "Culture Of Corruption"

Will Murtha's Past Haunt Him?

Murtha's Battle

John Murtha: ABSCAM Video

John Murtha And ABSCAM
LMAO! Oh brother here we go and they arent even in office yet! The jokes are already starting to write themselves and we havent even gotten 100 hours in yet. I wonder what position the Dems are going to give "William $90,000 dollars in the freezer Jefferson"? They already threw Jane Harmon under the bus, who's next? This is going to be quite a show lol.

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Inflation Drops By Record Amount

Core Inflation Drops by Record Amount

Inflation at the wholesale level plunged at a record pace in October, led by big declines in the price of gasoline and new cars.
Wholesale prices fell 1.6 percent last month, tying the record decline set in October 2001, the Labor Department reported Tuesday. It was the second consecutive big decrease, following a 1.3 percent fall in September.

Both months were heavily influenced by falling energy prices. But underlying inflation pressures were held at bay last month as well. Core inflation, which excludes energy and food, dropped by 0.9 percent, the biggest one-month fall in 13 years. That reflected big declines in prices for new cars and sport utility vehicles as dealers brought back sales incentives.

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WOW!!! Well we have a few thing's to celebrate before all hell break's loose on Capitol Hill. It will be sad to see this go.

November 13, 2006

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Special Interest Groups Demand Post Election Promises From Dems

Liberal groups expect post election results.
Activists who helped Democrats secure Congress make clear they intend to get their reward.

WASHINGTON — After toppling the long-dominant Republicans in a hard-fought election, the Democratic Party's incoming congressional leaders have immediately found themselves in another difficult struggle — with their own supporters.

Some of the very activists who helped propel the Democrats to a majority in the House and Senate last week are claiming credit for the victories and demanding what they consider their due: a set of ambitious — and politically provocative — actions on gun control, abortion, national security and other issues that party leaders fear could alienate moderate voters and leave Democrats vulnerable to GOP attacks as big spenders or soft on terrorism.

The conflict underscores the challenge facing the Democrats in line to lead Congress — Nancy Pelosi of San Francisco in the House and Harry Reid of Nevada in the Senate. Each has pledged in recent days to "govern from the center," after a campaign in which anger over the Iraq war and GOP scandals helped their party attract some unusually conservative candidates and a large share of independent voters.

Turning off those new voters could undermine Democrats' hopes of solidifying their new majorities and taking the White House in 2008. But to the leaders of interest groups who are core supporters of the Democratic Party, and who had been barred under Republican rule from the inner sanctums of power, the new Congress means a time for action, not compromise.

Lobbyists for the American Civil Liberties Union, for example, are all but counting on Democrats to repeal the most controversial provisions of the Patriot Act, the anti-terrorist law pushed by the White House that some critics call unconstitutional. They also want to end President Bush's domestic wiretapping program.

"We are not going to let them off the hook," said Caroline Fredrickson, the ACLU's legislative director, of the newly empowered Democratic leaders in Congress.

"We will hold their feet to the fire and use all the tools we can to mobilize our members."

Similar vows are coming from lobbyists for abortion rights, who want to expand family-planning options for poor women and scale back Bush's focus on abstinence education, and from gun-control advocates, who hope to revive a lapsed ban on assault weapons. Labor unions, a core Democratic constituency, are demanding universal healthcare and laws discouraging corporations from seeking inexpensive labor overseas.

"It's been kind of a drought for 12 years, and there is some pent-up energy," said Bill Samuel, legislative director for the AFL-CIO, the labor federation that has long been a Democratic Party stalwart and spent millions of dollars on get-out-the-vote activities.

Several of the labor movement's less-controversial goals, such as raising the minimum wage and allowing Medicare to seek discounts on drug prices, are found both in the AFL-CIO's brochures and on a Democratic leadership wish list designed to appeal across ideological lines.

But labor officials said they expected Pelosi, Reid and others to go further.

The day after the election, labor leaders declared a mandate for their causes and called on the new Congress to immediately reverse anti-union policies enacted by the Bush administration and promote affordable healthcare "for all."

"We're realistic about the congressional timetable, but we have our own view about why people went to the polls," said Samuel. "We think it had to do with their unhappiness with Republican inaction on the economy…. They're expecting Congress to tackle these issues, not play short ball."

Eli Pariser, executive director of the political action committee associated with the liberal activist group, warned that Democratic leaders would be ill-advised to ignore the party's base.

"A huge number of people were involved in putting them over the top," Pariser said. "There's a huge group of people engaged and energized and ready to support Pelosi and company when they boldly lead — and to hold them to account if they stray."

Pressure on Democrats is especially acute to redirect U.S. policy in Iraq. Many Democrats say the issue was the most important one driving the party's victory.

Democratic lawmakers have not unified behind a single Iraq policy. If they could find common ground with Bush on a continued troop presence, they might fend off GOP efforts to label them as weak on national security — but they would probably infuriate a growing antiwar movement that helped propel the party back into power.

"American voters have done their job; now it's time for Congress to do theirs," said former Rep. Tom Andrews (D-Maine), national director of the antiwar group Win Without War. "The message couldn't be clearer. It's time to start the orderly withdrawal of American troops from Iraq. Our eyes are on the new Congress."

Other interest groups are pointing to Tuesday's results as vindication of their particular causes, and as proof that Democrats should embrace their issues rather than shun them as too liberal.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, which advocates abortion rights, pointed to victories by like-minded candidates in conservative states and a rejection by South Dakota voters of an abortion ban. The result, the group says, should be that Democrats view their causes as mainstream, rather than part of a liberal agenda, and should devote more money to contraception and other family-planning options opposed by religious conservatives and scaled back by the administration.

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Boy are you Liberals in a pickle! You have ALL these Special Interest Groups that have been claiming "They own you" and they will be pretty ticked off if you dont deliver on thier far left radical agendas, then on the other hand you have the Moderates who probably wont let you guys run amuck and completely out of control, then you have the Republicans that voted for you who are really going to be ticked off when you start taking away Security Measures that have kept us Safe for the last 5 Years, and start Raising Taxes.

Because you ran on Repealing ALL Bush's Tax cuts, Withdrawing the Troops IMEDIATELY!, Impeaching The President, etc..etc.. and so far you have backed away from alot of that. My oh My, what is going to happen the minute you turn in either direction? See that's what happens when you're NOT the same person that you were when you went to bed Wednesday night as you are on Thursday Morning! Why werent you guys just truthfull, and said "We Are Going To Totally Screw Up The Country Because The Special Intrest Groups Paid Us To Do So"?

November 11, 2006

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To All The Vets

To ALL The Vets That Are Serving Now And Have Ever Served, Thank You, And God Bless You!!! To All The Fallen: Semper Fi...

Everything We Have We Owe To Our Vets! Let Us Never Forget!

On Veterans Day, Bush Hails Members of Armed Services for Their Dedication and Bravery

November 10, 2006

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Michael Steele Come On Down

RNC asks Steele to replace Mehlman

November 10, 2006

Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman, whose party just lost both chambers of Congress, will leave his position in January, and the post as party chief has been offered to Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele.
"It is true," Mr. Mehlman told The Washington Times when asked about reports last night that he would resign. "It's something I decided over the summer. No one told me I needed to. In fact, folks wanted me to stay."

Mr. Mehlman said he "told the White House over the summer it was my decision" to leave the RNC post, "win, lose or draw."
Also last night, Republican officials told The Times that Mr. Steele, who lost his bid for the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, has been sought out to succeed Mr. Mehlman as national party chairman. Those Republican officials said Mr. Steele had not made a decision whether to take the post, as of last night.

Other Republican Party officials said some Republican National Committee (RNC) members, including state party chairmen, have mounted a move to have Mr. Steele succeed Mr. Mehlman.
But they said that President Bush's political adviser Karl Rove, who is Mr. Mehlman's mentor, would rather see Mr. Steele serve in the president's Cabinet, perhaps as secretary of Housing and Urban Development. These officials said no one has actually offered Mr. Steele either the RNC post or a Cabinet post.

..........................Lt. Gov. Michael Steele R-MD

Steele spokesman Doug Heye said last night that "I don't know of any conversations that Lt. Gov. Steele has had on this topic, but I can tell you that there are many people who have said he would be an ideal candidate, based on the race he ran this year."
"I talked to him very briefly about it today. He has not made any decisions yet about what he will do next. He is still focused on his role as lieutenant governor," Mr. Heye said.

Mr. Steele is one of the most successful and respected black Republicans in the country. He served as the elected Maryland Republican Party chairman before running for lieutenant governor.
The White House, RNC and National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) were pleased with what they called his tough but dignified performance as senatorial candidate in a liberal state that last elected a Republican senator in 1980. The NRSC had enough confidence in him as a candidate that it directed large amounts of money into independent expenditures on behalf of his campaign in the closing days.

Mr. Mehlman also told The Times he will not step down as Republican national chairman until the RNC's annual winter meeting in Washington. He said he also "will do an intensive after-action review" of the campaign.
The outgoing RNC chief was a regional political director for the 2000 Bush presidential nomination and general election campaigns and then was named White House political director after Mr. Bush's election.

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Steele says he would take RNC post if asked...
What an exellent choice, no one will call him Oreo, Uncle Tom, or Sambo anymore.

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What Al-Qaeda Is Saying/I Knew This Was Coming

Al Qaeda Claims to Have 12,000 Fighters in Iraq
Friday, November 10, 2006

Al Qaeda Want's Withdrawl

CAIRO, Egypt — Al Qaeda in Iraq claimed in a new audio tape on Friday to have mobilized 12,000 fighters in the wartorn country.

"The Al Qaeda army has 12,000 fighters in Iraq, and they have vowed to die for God's sake" said Abu Hamza al-Muhajir, in an audio tape made available on militant web sites.

Also known as Abu Ayyub al-Masri, al-Muhajir became the leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq after Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was killed by the U.S. military in June.

Though the voice on the tape identified itself as al-masri, there were no means to independently verify this.

Describing George W. Bush as "the most stupid president" in U.S. history, the Al Qaeda leader reached out to the Muslim world and said his group was winning faster than expected in Iraq.

The U.S. president's policy had enabled the militant group to achieve their goal of fighting more Americans, said the Al Qaeda leader.

"We call the lame duck (Bush) not to hurry up in escaping the same way the defense minister did," he said, referring to the removal of Donald Rumsfeld as Defense Secretary following the Democrats' victory in Midterm elections.

"They are getting ready to leave, because they are no longer capable of staying," the Al Qaeda leader said.

"Remain steadfast in the battlefield you coward," he called on the U.S president.

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Iran, Syria Relieved That Democrats Won

Al-Queda Gloats Over "Lame Duck" Bush

Al-Queda claims, winning war


Khamenei calls US elections a victory for Iran...

Internet audio clip boasts of 12,000 terror 'troops' in Iraq...

Al Qaeda: We'll Never Rest Until White House Destroyed
If you Liberals want to hand us an Olive Branch, and us take it, You had better send THESE PEOPLE a Strong message REAL FAST!! Let them know YOU guys will be just as tough on terror as WE were!

November 09, 2006

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I Went Through Hell To Vote

I Was Disenfranchized!!!!

It all started the night before the Election, Nov 6, 2006. First I get this phone call from the Democratic National Committee telling me if I show up at the polls tomorrow I will be ARRESTED! Well naturally I wasnt going to fall for that I thought it was someone just playing a nasty joke. Until the next morning. Nov 7, 2006 I go out to my car to go do my Civil Duty and Vote, all my tires were slashed! And a chain with a big huge lock was fastened from one door handle to another all the way around the car. I'm thinking at this point OK someone is now trying to stop me from voting, so I catch a ride with the neighbor. We pull up, walked toward the polling station and there they were, members of the Democratic National Committee and someone who looked (I cant be sure) but it looked alot like George Soros and friends with Firefighter style water HOSES!! They were getting ready to shoot those hoses at me and my neighbor, and screamed at us "If you go in there and vote Republican you will send us all back to the early civil rights days of the 60's", then they blasted us, we went rolling down the driveway, by the time we came to our senses and dried off a bit the Varments were gone. Convinced now I must vote instead of facing all this Voter intimidation. That wasnt enough for the Dems however, while I'm in the polling station in line to get my ballot, there was a BOMB THREAT! In Oklahoma we take that kind of stuff seriously. So we all had to evacuate, which was sort of ok I guess it gave me extra time to dry off. After the bombsquad left, and we were allowed back in I noticed an extreme amount of Hispanic's, People that looked like they walked right out of jail, and a bunch of people yelling at the poll workers "But I'm Not Dead, Uncle Joe Is Dead", now this was unusual even for Oklahoma. One poll worker got so frustrated he got up and started choking one of the Voters! I still think the Voter should have brought an ID though. After the Police left and took away the poll worker everything appeared to have gone back to normal. I get my ballot and head to the booth to vote, and low and behold another problem some guy got frustrated at one of the machines and broke it. Smashed it to bits by George. So I finally get done and I'm wondering at this point what is going to happen to me once I get to one of the same machines? Well naturally I had to go the whole distance, after all I didnt come this far for nothing, so here I go, I put my ballot in and the machine sucked the damn thing out of my hand so fast it almost took off my finger. I head back to the polling workers for my little "I Voted" sticker. Got it, and me and my neighbor start running not walking back to her car. She starts it up and we were trying to get the hell out of that place, and as we were going back home I put the little sticker on my blouse, as my neighbor was pulling into her driveway she looked at me and started laughing, uncontrolably, I sure wasnt thinking at this point anything was funny. Then she pointed to the sticker on my blouse and instead of it saying "I Voted", it said "Congradulations"!!
Just how much Voter intimidation does a Republican have to take to make the Newspaper? Why am I not hearing about disenfranchized Voters this year? It that just a Democrat thing? Is it ok to torment a Republican but it makes the front page of the New York Times if it's a Democrat? I feel so violated, can something be done to stop the disenfranchizement of Republican Voters? Maybe I should just move to Canada!

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Charlie Rangel: "Who The Hell Want's To Live In Mississippi"?

NY congressman says no offense intended with Mississippi remark

JACKSON, Miss. - A Democratic congressman from New York says he wasn't trying to insult Mississippi in published remarks Thursday, but a Republican colleague from Mississippi says Rep. Charles Rangel should apologize to the state.

Rangel, D-N.Y., was quoted in a Thursday article in The New York Times, saying: "Mississippi gets more than their fair share back in federal money, but who the hell wants to live in Mississippi?"

Rep. Chip Pickering, R-Miss., issued a news release criticizing Rangel's words.

"I hope his remarks are not the kind of insults, slander, and defamation that Mississippians will come to expect from the Democrat leadership in Washington, D.C.," Pickering said.

Elbert Garcia, Rangel's press secretary in New York, said Rangel had received calls Thursday about the Mississippi quote.

Garcia e-mailed The Associated Press a response from Rangel: "I certainly don't mean to offend anyone, I just love New York so much that I can't understand why everyone wouldn't want to live here."

In midterm elections this week, Democrats captured control of the U.S. House and Senate for the first time in a dozen years.

..............................Charlie Rangel D-NY

Rangel is the ranking Democrat on Ways and Means, and is in line to become chairman of the powerful tax-writing committee. The New York Times article was about how the New York congressional delegation gained political clout in the midterm elections. Rangel said, among other things, that he wants to direct more federal money to his state.

Pickering was elected to the House in 1996 and for the first time will be a member of the minority party in Congress.

Mississippi is one of the poorest states in the nation and gets back more from the federal government than it pays for many programs. For example, Mississippi has one of the highest federal matching rates for Medicaid, getting back nearly $3 in federal money for every $1 of state money in the program that helps pay for health care for the needy, aged, blind and disabled, and for low-income families with children.

Mississippi also has received billions of dollars in federal relief since Hurricane Katrina struck on Aug. 29, 2005, destroying tens of thousands of homes and businesses and causing damage more than 150 miles inland.

Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., has been chairman of the Appropriations Committee, but will lose that position as Democrats take over the Senate majority.

Taylor laughed as he responded to Rangel's comments about Mississippi. Taylor was stationed in New York when he was a young man in the Coast Guard. He said some New Yorkers "are stuck up about their home."

"You can tell him I want to live in Mississippi and wild elephants and tigers and bears couldn't keep me from living in Mississippi," Taylor said. "Hurricane Katrina couldn't keep me from building back here."

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Congressman Want's Apology
Well here we go, the first slam from the Democrats. It wont be long before the Voters realize what they have done.

November 08, 2006

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Ok I couldnt stay away.....SUE ME!! First of all for you Dems GET OVER YOURSELVES!! You act like you won the Presidency. You guys have both Houses Of Congress that's it! And you have 2 years to prove yourselves!! We still have the Presidency and the Judiciary. I guess this is sort of an open thread...........I had NO idea I would get this amount of emails (Alot from those THAT DONT EVEN POST COMMENTS!!) But anywho you guys have emailed me and the one question I have is: 'Why should I be the least bit happy about the outcome of this crazy election'? I would still like to know WHAT THE HELL IS THE PLAN from the Democrats? I will admit we took an ass whoopin! But at what cost? Is your plan to hold up Congress for the next 2 years with frivilous crap? Is there a plan for the Defense of this Country? (MY BIGGEST CONCERN) Do you guys have any plan besides pulling out of Iraq and letting it turn into a terrorist playground? Are you people really for 'Late Term Abortion'? Are you guys concerned with protecting our borders? How about terrorism? What's your plan for that? CONVINCE ME!! I cant promise I will comment because I really do have alot of catching up to do with alot of other things, but feel free to express your opinions, go to town, have at it with each other, but NO PROFANITY with the F word or when I check in you go in the trash!!! I just want some answers and I expect others do as well!!

November 07, 2006

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Well I Guess It Was Expected

You Liberals won, but then again it wasnt hard for you, registering Dead People, Illegal Aliens, and Convicted Felons to vote. Locking the Doors to Keans Campain office with a chain lock and braking off keys in the door. Making false bomb threats in Wisconsin, sending 15,000 ballots of registered dead people to vote in Missouri. etc... Congradulations Democrats you just cheated your way to victory.

But we will go on, and anything YOU guys want done this time will be pretty hard to acheive since we are now "The Minority".

I guess it will take a while to realize what you Liberals have done when you soon realize NOTHING you wanted out of the people YOU elected are ever going to deliver.

This is probably a good thing actually, for the next 2 years people will realize what a mistake they made and run back to the Republican party after they see what a mess you guys are going to make of this Country.

Unfortunately for us it will be just another mess we will have to clean up.

Just remember, Unemployment is at 4.4%, Gas Prices are low, Wages have increased, the Deficit cut in half, winning the War on Terror, etc...If ANY of these numbers start going South we know who to blame! And if the news all of the sudden becomes The Economy is Booming, and we are Defeating Terrorism, under Democrat Control YOU DONT GET THE CREDIT FOR THAT! WE DO!

Gee Al-Quaida must be so proud!

After blogging about this for over Two years STRAIGHT I need a break from all this for a few days!

Thank's alot America for putting these Morons back in charge so they can completely screw up the Country AGAIN!!

I will be back in a few days to go back on the attack again!!

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Vote Today Like Your Life Depends On It, Because IT DOES!! The Democrats Only Plan Is They Want To Take Things Away From You! Who Want's To Vote For That?

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If You Care About America VOTE Nov 7, What's At Stake? THIS:

This should be self explanatory!

Nancy Pelosi D-CA

(If Elected)
Nancy Pelosi Would Become Speaker Of The House, And If That Isnt Enough To Scare You To Death, Picture This: Nancy Pelosi Would Be THIRD In Line For The Presidency!!!

Which means for the next 2 years Pelosi will Gavel in every single hearing and investigation that will join right along with Conyers and the rest of the Liberals to have investigation after investigation to Impeach The President and His Administration tying up both Houses of Congress Uselessly, leaving us vulnerable for another terrorist attack, along with the others that will take away our tax cuts and child credits sending the Economy straight to hell. Nancy Pelosi is the most dangerous of this bunch of Characters. She holds complete San Francisco Liberal Views and isnt afraid to implement them. Here are some of Nancy Pelosi's, Statements and Voting Beauties:

*She said "Let's see where the fact's take us" "Impeachment Is Never Off The Table"

*Voted Against passage of the Patriot Act

*Cut Intelligence funding by 500 million dollars since 1995, and after 9-11, and in 2004, and 2006

*Voted against ALL of the President's Tax Cut's

*Voted for the LARGEST Tax Increase in United States History in 1993

*Voted FOR the Gasoline Tax Hike By 4.3 cents a gallon

*National Journal has said She is the 17th Most Liberal of Liberals

*She said "Capturing Usama Now Wouldnt Make the Country Any Safer, the damamge he has done is done, and even to capture him now I dont think makes us any safer"

*Doesnt Believe We Are at War

*She want's AMNESTY for Illegal Aliens

*Want's Usama's Body Guard to have is day in an AMERICAN Court Instead of a Military Tribunal

*Voted against the Freedom to say "One Nation Under God"

*Voted FOR Partial Birth Abortion

*Voted Against Welfare Reform

*Voted Against NSA Wiretapping

*Voted Against "Data Mining" (Following Al-Queada's Money all over the world)

Then there are these beauties:

Private Property Rights Implementation Act of 2006

On Passage
House Roll Call No. 511
109th Congress, 2nd Session

Passed: 231-181

The House passed H.R. 4772, to simplify and expedite access to the Federal courts for injured parties whose rights and privileges under the United States Constitution have been deprived by final actions of Federal agencies or other government officials or entities acting under color of State law, by a yea-and-nay vote of 231 yeas to 181 nays, Roll No. 511.

Pelosi Voted NO
Military Commissions Act

On Passage
House Roll Call No. 508
109th Congress, 2nd Session

Passed: 250-170

The House passed S. 3930, to authorize trial by military commission for violations of the law of war, by a yea-and-nay vote of 250 yeas to 170 nays, Roll No. 508--clearing the measure for the President.

Pelosi Voted NO
Electronic Surveillance Modernization Act

On Passage
House Roll Call No. 502
109th Congress, 2nd Session

Passed: 232-191

The House passed H.R. 5825, to update the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978, by a yea-and-nay vote of 232 yeas to 191 nays, Roll No. 502.

Pelosi Voted NO
Public Expression of Religion Act

On Passage
House Roll Call No. 480
109th Congress, 2nd Session

Passed: 244-173

The House passed H.R. 2679, to amend the Revised Statutes of the United States to eliminate the chilling effect on the constitutionally protected expression of religion by State and local officials that results from the threat that potential litigants may seek damages and attorney's fees, by a yea-and-nay vote of 244 yeas to 173 nays, Roll No. 480.

Pelosi Voted NO
Child Custody Protection Act

On Passage
House Roll Call No. 479
109th Congress, 2nd Session

Passed: 264-153

S. 403, to amend title 18, United States Code, to prohibit taking minors across State lines in circumvention of laws requiring the involvement of parents in abortion decisions, by a yea-and-nay vote of 264 yeas to 153 nays, Roll No. 479--clearing the measure for the President.

Pelosi Voted NO
Security and Accountability for Every Port (SAFE) Act

On Agreeing to the Conference Report
House Roll Call No. 516
109th Congress, 2nd Session

Passed: 409-2

The House agreed to the conference report to accompany H.R. 4954, to improve maritime and cargo security D1078through enhanced layered defenses by a recorded vote of 409 ayes to 2 noes, Roll No. 516.

To her credit Pelosi Voted Yes (Shocking)
Pelosi's Voting record..Read here
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi would bring to the office a level of left-wing liberalism that will be unprecedented. In the National Journal's 2005 ideological ratings, which were based on scores of votes, Mrs. Pelosi was ranked more liberal than 91 percent of her House colleagues on economic issues, 96 percent on social matters and 82 percent on foreign-policy issues. Here are her relative rankings (economic, social, foreign) for 2004 (93, 88, 81), 2003 (92, 89, 70), 2002 (88, 84, 90) and 2001 (94, 83, 93).

Until she received a 95 percent liberal rating in 2005 from the Americans for Democratic Action (the nation's pre-eminent liberal organization), Mrs. Pelosi had racked up five consecutive years (2000-04) of 100 percent ratings. Her lifetime ADA rating is 96 percent. Last year, the American Conservative Union gave her a 0 rating. Her lifetime ACU rating is 3 percent.

Typical for her 20-year House career, Mrs. Pelosi received a 100 percent rating from NARAL Pro-Choice America last year and a 0 rating from the National Right to Life Committee. A Roman Catholic who has repeatedly voted to uphold partial-birth abortion, who has voted against parental notification when minor children seek abortion and who has shown no concern for the rights of the innocent unborn, Mrs. Pelosi has consistently opposed the death penalty.

Over the years, Mrs. Pelosi has consistently voted against welfare reform, including the 1996 bill signed by President Clinton and its re-authorization. In 1998, she opposed a constitutional amendment to permit school prayer in the classroom. In 1999, she opposed allowing state and local governments to display the Ten Commandments on public property, including schools. She has voted against education IRAs. In 2003, she opposed a $10 million program for school vouchers in the District of Columbia. That same year she voted against the 10-year $400 billion Medicare prescription-drug bill because she preferred one that was twice as expensive. Mrs. Pelosi has repeatedly voted for tax increases and opposed tax cuts, even the 2001 bill that doubled the child tax credit to $1,000, among other cuts.

As the United States has become increasingly dependent on foreign sources for oil, Mrs. Pelosi has always opposed drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. In recent years, she has become protectionist -- leading the opposition in 2000 against then-President Clinton's successful effort to establish permanent normal trade relations with China. She also opposed giving Mr. Clinton and Mr. Bush trade-promotion authority; and in 2005 she voted against the Central American Free Trade Agreement. In 2004, she voted to end Radio Marti broadcasts to Cuba. She voted to reduce funds for the B-2 intercontinental bomber, which performed superbly in the 1999 Kosovo War, in 2001 in Afghanistan and in Iraq. Mrs. Pelosi has repeatedly opposed anti-missile defense, even as a nuclear-armed North Korea has tested ballistic missiles. Take a stand Nov 7, vote the Liberals OUT of office!

More Of Pelosi's Voting Record
Washington Times

In a stunning performance on "60 Minutes," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi proved again why she cannot be trusted to keep America safe from the threat of global terrorism and Islamic extremists.

Mrs. Pelosi demonstrated that she does not understand the global nature of the threat when she stated flatly "the war on terror is the war in Afghanistan." She may think the war is limited to Afghanistan, but where does al Qaeda believe the war is? Al Qaeda's No. 2 man, Ayman al-Zawahiri, in a letter to the leaders of al Qaeda in Iraq, was clear about the location of the global jihad and the importance of victory in Iraq:

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November 06, 2006

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Soldiers in Iraq Say Pullout Would Have Devastating Results

FORWARD OPERATING BASE SYKES, Iraq, Nov. 5 -- For the U.S. troops fighting in Iraq, the war is alternately violent and hopeful, sometimes very hot and sometimes very cold. It is dusty and muddy, calm and chaotic, deafeningly loud and eerily quiet.

The one thing the war is not, however, is finished, dozens of soldiers across the country said in interviews. And leaving Iraq now would have devastating consequences, they said.

With a potentially historic U.S. midterm election on Tuesday and the war in Iraq a major issue at the polls, many soldiers said the United States should not abandon its effort here. Such a move, enlisted soldiers and officers said, would set Iraq on a path to civil war, give new life to the insurgency and create the possibility of a failed state after nearly four years of fighting to implant democracy.

"Take us out of that vacuum -- and it's on the edge now -- and boom, it would become a free-for-all," said Lt. Col. Mark Suich, who commands the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment just south of Baghdad. "It would be a raw contention for power. That would be the bloodiest piece of this war."

The soldiers declined to discuss the political jousting back home, but they expressed support for the Bush administration's approach to the war, which they described as sticking with a tumultuous situation to give Iraq a chance to stand on its own.

Leading Democrats have argued for a timeline to bring U.S. troops home, because obvious progress has been elusive, especially in Baghdad, and even some Republican lawmakers have recently called for a change in strategy. But soldiers criticized the idea of a precipitate withdrawal, largely because they believe their hard work would go for naught.

Capt. Jim Modlin, 26, of Oceanport, N.J., said he thought the situation in Iraq had improved between his deployment in 2003 and his return this year as a liaison officer to Iraqi security forces with the 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, based here on FOB Sykes outside Tall Afar. Modlin described himself as more liberal than conservative and said he had already cast his absentee ballot in Texas. He said he believed that U.S. elected officials would lead the military in the right direction, regardless of what happens Tuesday.

"Pulling out now would be as bad or worse than going forward with no changes," Modlin said. "Sectarian violence would be rampant, democracy would cease to exist, and the rule of law would be decimated. It's not 'stay the course,' and it's not 'cut and run' or other political catchphrases. There are people's lives here. There are so many different dynamics that go on here that a simple solution just isn't possible."

Soldiers and officers had difficulty conveying what victory in Iraq would look like or exactly how to achieve it. In some ways, victory is a moving target, they said, one that relies heavily on the Iraqi people gaining trust in the Iraqi security forces and the ability of the Iraqi government to support essential services. In northern Iraq, officials said they expect to hand over major parts of the country to Iraqi forces within the next five months, but most agree that Baghdad will be far behind.

Even if top commanders meet their goal of transferring authority to the Iraqi army within the next 18 months, a U.S. presence long after that is likely, several officers said.

"This is a worthwhile endeavor," said Maj. Gen. Benjamin Mixon, commander of Multinational Division North and the 25th Infantry Division. "Nothing that is worthwhile is usually easy, and we need to give this more time for it to all come together. We all want to come home, but we have a significant investment here, and we need to give the Iraqi army and the Iraqi people a chance to succeed."

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Well if the Troops themselves said it, it's good enough for me!!

November 05, 2006

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Saddam GUILTY: Crimes Against Humanity/ Sentence: DEATH

Iraqi Tribunal Sentences Saddam to Hang

BAGHDAD, Iraq- Saddam Hussein was convicted and sentenced Sunday to hang for crimes against humanity in the 1982 killings of 148 people in a single Shiite town, as the ousted leader, trembling and defiant, shouted "God is great!"

As he, his half brother and another senior official in his regime were convicted and sentenced to death by the Iraqi High Tribunal, Saddam yelled out, "Long live the people and death to their enemies. Long live the glorious nation, and death to its enemies!" Later, his lawyer said the former dictator had called on Iraqis to reject sectarian violence and refrain from revenge against U.S. forces.

The trial brought Saddam and his co-defendants before their accusers in what was one of the most highly publicized and heavily reported trials of its kind since the Nuremberg tribunals for members of Adolf Hitler's Nazi regime and its slaughter of 6 million Jews in the World War II Holocaust

"The verdict placed on the heads of the former regime does not represent a verdict for any one person. It is a verdict on a whole dark era that has was unmatched in Iraq's history," said Nouri al-Maliki, Iraq's Shiite prime minister.

Some feared the court decision could exacerbate the sectarian violence that has pushed the country to the brink of civil war, after a trial that stretched over nine months in 39 sessions and ended nearly 3 1/2 months ago. The verdict came two days before midterm elections in the United States widely seen as a referendum on the Bush administration's policy in Iraq. U.S. and Iraqi officials have denied the timing was deliberate.

Iraqis "are the ones who conducted the trial. The Iraqi judges are the ones who spent all the time pouring over the evidence. ... It's important to give them credit for running their own government," said Tony Snow, the president's spokesman.

In north Baghdad's heavily Sunni Azamiyah district, clashes broke out between police and gunmen. Elsewhere in the capital, celebratory gunfire rang out.

"This government will be responsible for the consequences, with the deaths of hundreds, thousands or even hundreds of thousands, whose blood will be shed," Salih al-Mutlaq, a Sunni political leader, told the Al-Arabiya satellite television station.

Saddam and his seven co-defendants were on trial for a wave of revenge killings carried out in the city of Dujail following a 1982 assassination attempt on the former dictator. Al-Maliki's Islamic Dawa party, then an underground opposition, has claimed responsibility for organizing the attempt on Saddam's life.

In the streets of Dujail, people celebrated and burned pictures of their former tormentor as the verdict was read.

Saddam's chief lawyer Khalil al-Dulaimi condemned the trial as a "farce," claiming the verdict was planned. He said defense attorneys would appeal within 30 days.

The death sentences automatically go to a nine-judge appeals panel, which has unlimited time to review the case. If the verdicts and sentences are upheld, the executions must be carried out within 30 days.

During Sunday's hearing, Saddam initially refused the chief judge's order to rise; two bailiffs pulled the ousted ruler to his feet and he remained standing through the sentencing, sometimes wagging his finger at the judge.

Before the session began, one of Saddam's lawyers, former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark, was ejected from the courtroom after handing the judge a memorandum in which he called the trial a travesty.

Chief Judge Raouf Abdul-Rahman pointed to Clark and said in English, "Get out."

In addition to the former Iraqi dictator and Barzan Ibrahim, his former intelligence chief and half brother, the Iraqi High Tribunal convicted and sentenced Awad Hamed al-Bandar, the head of Iraq's former Revolutionary Court, to death by hanging. Iraq's former Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan was convicted of premeditated murder and sentenced to life in prison.

Three defendants were sentenced to 15 years in prison for torture and premeditated murder. Abdullah Kazim Ruwayyid and his son Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid were party officials Dujail, along with Ali Dayih Ali. They were believed responsible for the Dujail arrests.

Mohammed Azawi Ali, a former Dujail Baath Party official, was acquitted for lack of evidence and immediately freed.

He faces additional charges in a separate case over an alleged massacre of Kurdish civilians - a trial that will continue while appeals are pending.

The guilty verdict is likely to enrage hard-liners among Saddam's fellow Sunnis, who made up the bulk of the former ruling class. The country's majority Shiites were persecuted under the former leader but now largely control the government.

Al-Dulaimi, Saddam's lawyer, told AP his client called on Iraqis to reject sectarian violence and called on them to refrain from taking revenge on U.S. invaders.

"His message to the Iraqi people was 'pardon and do not take revenge on the invading nations and their people'," al-Dulaimi said, quoting Saddam. "The president also asked his countrymen to 'unify in the face of sectarian strife.'"

In Tikrit, Saddam's hometown, 1,000 people defied the curfew and carried pictures of the city's favorite son through the streets. Some declared the court a product of the U.S. "occupation forces" and condemned the verdict.

"By our souls, by our blood we sacrifice for you Saddam" and "Saddam your name shakes America."

U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad issued a statement saying the verdicts "demonstrate the commitment of the Iraqi people to hold them (Saddam and his co-defendants) accountable."

"Although the Iraqis may face difficult days in the coming weeks, closing the book on Saddam and his regime is an opportunity to unite and build a better future," Khalilzad said.

Two U.S. officials who worked as advisers to the court on matters of international judicial procedures said Saddam's repeated outbursts during the trial may have played a key part in his conviction.

They cited his admission in a March 1 hearing that he had ordered the trial of 148 Shiites who were eventually executed, insisting that doing so was legal because they were suspected in the assassination attempt against him. "Where is the crime? Where is the crime?" he asked, standing before the panel of five judges.

........................Iraqi's Rejoice At Verdict

Later in the same session, he argued that he was in charge and he alone must be tried. His outburst came a day after the prosecution presented a presidential decree with a signature they said was Saddam's approval for the Dujail death sentences, their most direct evidence against him.

About 50 of those sentenced by the "Revolutionary Court" died during interrogation before they could go to the gallows. Some of those hanged were children.

"Every time they (defendants) rose and spoke, they provided a lot of incriminating evidence," said one of the U.S. officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the subject.

Under Saddam, Iraq's bureaucracy showed a consistent tendency to document orders, policies and minutes of meetings. One document gave the names of everyone from Dujail banished to a desert detention camp in southern Iraq. Another, prepared by an aide to Saddam, gave the president a detailed account of the punitive measures against the people of Dujail.

Saddam's trial had from the outset appeared to reflect the turmoil and violence in Iraq since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion.

One of Saddam's lawyers was assassinated the day after the trial's opening session last year. Two more were later assassinated and a fourth fled the country.

In January, chief judge Rizgar Amin, a Kurd, resigned after complaints by Shiite politicians that he had failed to keep control of court proceedings. He, in turn, complained of political interference. Abdul-Rahman, another Kurd, replaced Amin.

Hearings were disrupted by outbursts from Saddam and Ibrahim, with the two raging against what they said was the illegitimacy of the court, their ill treatment in the U.S.-run facility where they are being held and the lack of protection for their lawyers.

The defense lawyers contributed to the chaos in the courtroom by staging several boycotts.

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VIDEO: Saddam Verdict
17 United Nations Resolutions Later, Invading his Neighbors, Scortching the Earth, Using WMD on his Own People, Committing Genocide, Finally! The Pain In The Ass of the Middle East, The Butcher of Baghdad gets what's coming to him. DEATH! He got better than he gave. He at least got a trial. His Victims NEVER did. This chapter is closed, and our Troops are yet another step closer to coming home!! (Dedicated To Danny, You now have Justice My Friend)

November 03, 2006

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Are You Sure Dead Uncle Bob Isnt Still Voting?

ACORN Suspected of Voter Fraud

The Democrats are on fire this election season. They smell victory -- or perhaps that smell is Senator Harry Reid's land deals. Or could it be the smell of voter fraud?

In their effort to gain control of the House of Representatives and the Senate, they are doing anything and everything including their old standbys: registering the dead, minors, convicted felons, and illegal aliens. They have stated that even if they have to cheat to win they will.

In St. Louis, Missouri, Election Board officials say they've discovered at least 1,492 and another 15,000 "fraudulent" voter registration cards -- including 15,000 from dead people and one from a 16-year-old -- among the thousands pouring in before today's voter registration deadline for the Nov. 7 election, according to the St. Louis Dispatch.

And the majority of those "fraudulent" voter cards came from the left-wing "get out the vote" group ACORN.

The Republican elections director Scott Leiendecker stated that the board's staff expects to find even more bogus voter-registration applications among the thousands remaining to be processed. The board plans to turn all the questionable cards over to city Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce for investigation and possible prosecution, said board chairman Kimberley Mathis.

The board says all the questionable cards were turned in by one group - the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, commonly known as ACORN.

Brian Mellor, the group's election counsel, said ACORN welcomed any prosecutions of workers who turn in fraudulent cards. "We try very hard to monitor the employees, but there are chances of things slipping through," he said. 15,000 just slipped through? Get real!

Mellor said his group pays the workers $8 an hour to register voters and not by the number of registrations they collect. Yeah Right!

But Mellor added that he was angry that Leiendecker had said nothing about the fraudulent cards during a meeting Thursday afternoon. Leiendecker replied the cards were the purpose of the meeting, which he said focused on missing, incorrect, and fraudulent information on most of the voter registrations, according to the Post-Dispatch.

Statewide, ACORN has turned about 40,000 new voter registrations in recent weeks, Mellor said. About 15,000 were collected in the city of St. Louis and 5,000 in St. Louis County. The rest were primarily in the Kansas City area.Well at least now we know where all the dead voters are.

ACORN's voter-registration collections have come under fire in recent weeks in several states, including Ohio and Pennsylvania. Mellor and national ACORN communications director Kevin Whelan said that most of the allegations have turned out to be genuine. Mellor detailed the findings of various investigations into ACORN's 2004 voter-registration activities that he said also turned up all sort's of wrongdoing.

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Rotten: ACORN Fraud Map

Just exactly who is ACORN?
ACORN a George Soros Funded Group
Would'nt you know George Soros had his hands in this Group big time. George Soros has stated recently "I have bought and paid for this party" (Talking about the Democrats) "And now I own it". You Liberals are ALL beholden to that man and now there is no doubt. Oh No you Liberals are not going to get away with that crap this time. You will ALL be turned in for Fraud! Last time you got away with Registering the Dead, Minors, Illegal Aliens, and Convicted Felons to vote but not this time. And Republican "Get Out The Vote" Van's and other means of transportation will be guarded by armed guards, so you Lunatic's cant slash the tires!

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Unemployment Drops To 4.4%/ Wages Increase

WASHINGTON - The U.S. unemployment rate dropped to its lowest in nearly 5-1/2 years during October as 92,000 more jobs were added and hiring in each of the two prior months was revised up, a government report on Friday showed.

The October new-jobs figure was below Wall Street economists' expectations for 125,000 but the Labor Department said a total 139,000 more jobs were created in August and September than it had previously thought. It revised up September's job-creation total to 148,000, or nearly three times the 51,000 it reported a month ago, and said there were 230,000 new jobs in August instead of 188,000.

The unemployment rate fell in October to 4.4 percent from 4.6 percent in September. It was the lowest unemployment rate since 4.3 percent in May 2001 and was likely to fan concerns that labor markets are growing tight and could contribute to inflation pressures.

Average hourly earnings rose 0.4 percent to $16.91 - higher than the 0.3 percent that analysts had anticipated - while the average work week edged up to 33.9 hours from 33.8. Over the year, average hourly earnings have risen by 3.9 percent, the department said.

Most of the new hiring in October was in service industries, where 152,000 new jobs were created, while goods-producing industries shed 60,000 jobs.
And the Democrat's could do better than that? I DONT THINK SO! And this Booming Economy, will all be GONE, if the Democrat's take control.

November 01, 2006

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Kerry Ridicules Troops "AGAIN", Says "Soldiers Stupid"

Well It Looks Like Our Uneducated Troops In Iraq Have Quite A Message For Kerry LMAO...Boy Did Kerry Piss Off The Troops This Time

It is NO longer Unclear where the Democrat's stand on our Troops, They all despise them and think they are Stupid. Thank You Senator Kerry for letting us in on this.

John Kerry: U.S. Soldiers Not 'Smart'

Bush: Kerry's Remarks 'Insulting'

Bush: Kerry Owes Military an Apology

Sen. John Kerry has sparked outrage by suggesting that U.S. troops in Iraq are uneducated and not "smart.”

At a campaign event for California gubernatorial candidate Phil Angelides at Pasadena City College on Monday, the Massachusetts Democrat and Vietnam veteran said: "You know, education, if you make the most of it, if you study hard and you do your homework, and you make an effort to be smart, uh, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq.”

Kerry’s troop-bashing remarks belie the truth about the educational level of U.S. troops. According to figures readily available on the Internet, 99.9 percent of the enlisted forces have at least a high school education, 73.3 percent have some college, 16.2 percent have an associate’s degree or equivalent semester hours, and 4.7 have a bachelor’s degree.

What’s more, over 85 percent of field grade officers have advanced degrees – 70.7 percent have master’s degrees, 12.1 percent have professional degrees and 2.5 percent have doctorate degrees.

"Senator Kerry not only owes an apology to those who are serving, but also to the families of those who’ve given their lives in this,” White House press secretary Tony Snow said regarding Kerry’s remarks.

"This is an absolute insult.”

Sen. John McCain, another Vietnam veteran, also called on Kerry to apologize, saying: "The suggestion that only the least educated Americans would agree to serve in the military and fight in Iraq is an insult to every soldier serving in combat.”

Kerry on Tuesday tried to deflect the criticism by issuing a statement accusing Snow and "assorted right-wing nut-jobs” (I guess that means us) of distorting the remarks "to divert attention from their disastrous record.” (What disatrerous record is Kerry talking about? The fact we havent been attacked in 5 years? The booming economy? 3 Elections, a Government Formed, and the Iraqi's soon to take the lead in thier own Security? 50 Million People Freed between Iraq and Afghanistan? What the hell is Kerry talking about?)

He added, in a seeming non sequitur: "I’m sick and tired of these despicable Republican attacks that always seem to come from those who never can be found to serve in war, but love to attack those who did.” (Sorry Kerry you stepped in this one yourself)





Vet Group expresses 'disbelief, disappointment'...

Kerry: "I Aplogize to No One"

Novak: Kerry Hysterical

Mother of son killed in Iraq urges Kerry to learn more about military...

Iowa candidate asks Kerry to cancel campaign visit...

Kerry: I Botched The Joke..(Joke My Ass)

*Kerry Cancels Minnesota Appearance...

CNN: Casey Has Canceled Plans To Campaign With Kerry In Philadelphia Tonight...

VIDEO: IMUS TO KERRY: 'Please stop it. Stop talking. Go home, get on the bike'...

TN Harold Ford asks Kerry to apologize...

More Dems Pile On..Dems Join GOP Demand Kerry Apology



Murtha: Kerry 'needs to explain' what he meant...

This is NO Apology, he say's he's sorry the Troops and the American People Misinterpeted what he said!! What an Arrogant Bastard!

Kerry's '72 Comments Mirror Latest: 'A volunteer army would be an army of the poor and the black and the brown'...


SEYMOUR HERSH 'There has never been an American army as violent and murderous as the one in Iraq'...

Rove: Insulting Military Is a Kerry 'Habit'...

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PISS OFF KERRY! Just because YOU werent the sharpest tool in the shed when YOU were in the Military doesnt mean you can ridicule our Fine Troops today, but then that's typical from THE ENTIRE DEMOCRAT PARTY! There is your proof. This is where the Democrat's stand on supporting our Troops by calling them STUPID! Kerry summed it up for the ENTIRE DEMOCRAT PARTY. I cant believe this, Kerry owes The ENTIRE Military and thier families an apology. Not some distortion that the Troops and the American people misinterpeted what he said. Shame On You Kerry, Shame On You!

I Guess This Is What Kerry Means By Our Soldiers Torturing Iraqi Women And Children


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