I mean, talk about a direct IV into the vein of your support. It’s a very efficient way to communicate. They regurgitate exactly and put up on their blogs what you said to them. It is something that we’ve cultivated and have really tried to put quite a bit of focus on.
Actually, that’s a nicer thing than he might have said. He might have just gone ahead and used words like mindless, bigoted, unthinking, morons…but he’s just a nice guy…
For the first nine months of his administration, Bush sat around and ignored warnings about a 9-11-like attack, from the outgoing Clinton administration, the CIA and from its director, George Tenet; from his daily presidential briefings, and Bush even ignored the news of the attack. The 9/11 attacks could have been prevented under existing laws. The FBI had more data than they could handle, even then. But Bush and the darker forces at work in this country have now used 9-11 as an excuse to compile massive amounts of information on you and me…travel records, phone calls, internet postings, emails, even personal mail.
Your government has way too much information on you; since you are not a terrorist, how will they use it? any way they want to. They may use it against you politically, sell it, lose it, give it away, bungle it, or in as yet undreamed of ways, screw you with it.
You can at least see the unclassified part of it.
You have to download a couple forms, mail them in, and wait around for a month.
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Now that George W. Bush has officially declared the end of the great American experiment in democracy, we can fool around a little.
This guy is an industrial designer, and there is more to his website than first meets the eye. Check it out.
I have been using this for a few weeks ; it has 15 applications, and it’s free. It really takes platform issues out of the equation. Continue reading
A few weeks ago – in between Hillary Clinton’s official entry into the presidential race and the first Republican primary debate of the cycle – the fiery online conservative forum Free Republic marked a decade in operation as one of the premier online forums for right-wing political discussion.
It also experienced one of the biggest internal battles to rock the site since the 2000 election of George W. Bush — a tumultuous campaign year that nearly tore the site apart, as its founder and chief administrator first cleansed commenting ranks of Bush supporters, then, later, rallied to his support.
At the heart of the latest controversy: the fight over the conservative bona fides of Rudy Giuliani.
Over the past few weeks, chaos has reigned in the “Freeper” community as members sympathetic to the former mayor’s candidacy claim to have suffered banishment from the site. They were victimized, they say, by a wave of purges designed to weed out any remaining support for the Giuliani campaign on the popular conservative web forum. Another significant chunk of commenters have migrated away from the controversial site over the action, according to a number of former site members and conservative bloggers who have been tracking the situation.
Rudy just didn’t say September 11 enough times, I guess….
Lose it. Seriously. Bad.
Worst people of the year would be much better. You’re welcome. Yes, you’ll get your Smokey.
The Rapture Index person seems to be AWOL….or…is it AWOBLB (Away with out being left behind)?
The last update of the Rapture Index was March 5. If the Rapture occurred between then and now, then all the righteous Christians would be missing. I’d try to call one, but I don’t know any. I know George W. Bush is still around. But that doesn’t prove a thing. I don’t see any empty cars in the middle of the street. The school down the street is still full of innocent kids. My page views are holding up.
I must say, if this is the Rapture, it’s kind of pleasant. Warmed up a bit in Northern California, still chilly at night.
Here’s my plan: let’s lay low for a week. Wait for god to give us a sign. Watch for any images of the Virgin Mary in my oatmeal. Count on me. I’m not goin anywhere.