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Thursday, August 17, 2006

Party, schmarty

Did you hear the RNC gave Lieberman all but an open endorsment? Over their own candidate in Connecticut?

And us lefty bloggers are supposed to feel bad about pointing out he sold his SOUL to the Kool Aid?

Meanwhile MSM is still kowtowing to the official line...and refusing to report the TRUTH. Authorities in London are quite put out that the political needs of Monkey and Poodle outweigh the patience needed to truly thwart terrorism.

Welcome to Election Season.

I bet there is alarm at the White House...after the hot war has calmed down a bit around Israel. It's been distracting from the ONGOING CIVIL WAR in Iraq. I hear that Bush is frustrated that the "Iraqi people" haven't jumped on his democracy bandwagon.

Well, DUH!

America is not the police of the world....that's the job we all gave the UN after WWII. Peace in Iraq will not come by the US forces. If the world was wise setting up Israel, let the world negotiate Iraq. You just simply cannot bomb to democracy...

The recent war on Lebannon has reitterated a simple fact...armies don't kill insurgencies, and bombs reinforce. I don't want to "coddle" Hezballaa; but I certainly want to engage diplomacy. Our only President is a black and white fella. He needs to look another leader in the eye to judge his soul. Sad, that. He's spurned Iran's President, and his overture to personally negotiate.

Saw the man interviewed last Sunday on 60 Minutes. Even if through an entrepreter, he maintained a civil demeanor, and even poked fun at his own international reputation of being "crazy" while being grilled by Mike Wallace. His own talking points were very simple; Iran wants to be treated like any other country in reference to nuclear power, and as far as Israel? The people of Palestine did not perpetrate the Holocaust -- this was a European/Western conflict. Why should the people of Palestine be displaced and made to be refugees for decades when they had no part of WWII?

That's your crazyman in Iran.

Our planet is more dangerous now because our own country refuses to be a part of it. It is up to us, the US people, to force change.

Honestly, what country is being run by a strongman?


Blogger enigma4ever said...

Force Change..there is an idea...I keep thinking of the could happen..not the poisoning- the CHANGE...getting the RIGHT man...

Hey great always...

9:44 PM  
Blogger spadoman said...

So many good points you make. Indeed, our "leader" is crazy. I'm proud to be an American, but not proud to think that there are people in the world who actually feel George speaks for all of us Americans.

I ran into an old friend Friday. Her Dad and I are around the same age. He is a Veteran who served in Vietnam as I did in the late 1960's. I've met her Dad a couple of times, but I don't really know him.

She told me that her Dad supports the president and all he does. Blindly thinking that because it's America, it has to be right. These are the people who need to be made to think and decide and base it on facts, not on blind faith that was found in a John Wayne movie.

Keep the messages coming. We'll change one voter at a time and turn this thing around. If this is successful, we'll have our hands full making changes in any new administration. Hopefully, they'll not be so brutal and murderous, hateful and racist as what we're dealing with now.

Keep em' comin' Mel.

2:15 AM  
Blogger azgoddess said...

thanks for the great blog!

as far as parties - there are only two - rich and poor -- and both of these parties are all shades of many colors..except that the rich party has more green

i think the best thing to do with election season - is become informed...just what baby bush and the richies don't want us to do

elect people who are independent thinkers - then we have half a chance at some reform...

2:38 PM  
Blogger meldonna said...

Well, since I left the ex in 2000, I've been known to call myself "Bitter, Party of One"...

har har.

I still like Mike Gravel for prez '08. He ain't got a snowball's chance in Gehenna, but his platform rocks.

Myself, I'd sure love to see the end of that abberation known as the Electoral College, almost as much as I'd like to see all of the Administration and a large portion of Congress bustin' rocks at Alcatraz. I say we take back the billions they have stolen or squandered, and put EVERY LAST ONE OF THEM ON MINIMUM WAGE. Then instead of free room and board, they can budget all their personal needs for food, shelter, medicine, and clothing at a single 7-11 and oh, maybe we'll let 'em have a Walgreens there on the Rock.

My 'woild'; welcome to it you rich pigs!

But I'm not bitter.

8:36 PM  

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