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Monday, December 6, 2021

Strange bedfellows

I don’t like politics. Never have – never will. Some friends of mine have two simple rules when you visit them – no politics and no religion. Plenty of beer and music, but the other two are definitley out.

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ARMAGEDDON: Bush Administration’s Plan Reaches Next Plateau

Self-Fulfilling Prophecy:

All a part of the irresponsible Bushian design

Thanks to the Bush administration U.S. taxpayers have watched helplessly as TRILLIONS of their tax dollars were diverted to Iraq and other areas of the Mid-East in the first movement that brought BILLIONS in profits to wealthy special interests.

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Garden variety liars: Palin and McCain

Updated with the most repugnant lie of all, and yes, it has to do with racism. I did a little research and neither candidate fits the usual psychiatric criteria for either of the two kinds of liars, pathological and compulsive. I was hoping there might be a “shrink the candidates” column in it.* Flatulence is malodorous but isn’t necessarily a sign of disease. Sure the lies stink, but their serial lying to adoring acolytes chanting “country first” and booing Obama is plain old self-serving manipulative lying.

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Shades of 2000 and hanging chads?

This time, there are no hanging chads.

Yet the Republicans’ drive to derail an abuse of power investigation against Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the GOP vice presidential candidate, reflects the same determination and many of the same methods employed in shutting down the 2000 presidential recount in Florida.

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Another twist in Palin ‘Troopergate’ probe

Gov. Sarah Palin’s chief of staff authorized ex-Public Safety Commissioner Walt Monegan to travel to Washington, although the governor has cited that trip as a primary example of the insubordination that led to Monegan’s firing.

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McCain goes on spending spree in August

Republican presidential nominee John McCain doubled his travel expenditures in August and increased his payroll and his media spending from the previous month while enjoying his biggest fundraising stretch of the campaign.

McCain reported raising $47.5 million in August, with more than $9 million coming in the three days after he announced his selection of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate, according to a report filed late Friday with the Federal Election Commission.

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