Archive for January 4th, 2008

The Spin, I’m In: No Fighting..

GEF @ 8:52 PM MST

The Spin, I’m In: No Fighting..


Looking at that Horrific Political Assassination of a good politican from Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto, who sacrificed so much just to bring unity and peace to that region of the world, we dedicate this song in hopes that her life could mean so much more to people. Even in the face of unsurmountable odds and so many wicked globalist evildoers ready to do her in we stand in defiance of them now and forever.

Shakira – Hips don’t lie (Bamboo-Colombian-Spanglish Remix)

SADE – By Your Side

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Welcome Vet Voice! (a new favorite blog for Suzie-Q)

Posted by Basheert @ 10:20am

We have added a new “favorite blog” to our list. Vet Voice represents our military and is a great source of information and accuracy regarding what is really happening in our war zones. Many of these bloggers are on active duty – we admire their courage to speak their minds! Please take time to visit their site – you will learn that (of course), not all things are as they seem.

Click on the website on our “Favorite blogs” and bookmark their site. You’ll be glad you did.

Welcome Vet Voice!!

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Afternoon Jukebox… Waiting On The World To Change

By- Suzie-Q @ 10:25 AM MST

John Mayer-Waiting On The World To Change

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Hollywood Politics

by Geezer Power …10:08 am

I guess it all started with Ronnie Raygun when he became governor of California and later President of the United States. A Hollywood idol who became famous on the movie screen and pursued his political career on his good looks and contacts with the money and power of Corporate Government. Now we have folks like Fred Thompson, an aging star of television and movies, running for president. His contacts with money and power and the glitz of Hollywood is epitomized by some of his supporters. Volunteer Roberta Allen, from San Jose, Calif., wears American flag contact lenses as she waits for people to sign a list seeing if they are caucusing for Republican Presidential hopeful former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson, Thursday, Jan. 3, 2008, during a campaign stop in West Des Moines, Iowa.

On the Republican side, Mike Huckabee, the former governor of Arkansas who was barely a blip on the national scene just two months ago, defeated Mitt Romney, a former Massachusetts governor, delivering a serious setback to Mr. Romney’s high-spending campaign and putting pressure on Mr. Romney to win in New Hampshire next Tuesday.
Mr. Huckabee, a Baptist minister, was carried in large part by evangelical voters, who helped him withstand extensive spending by Mr. Romney on television advertising and a get-out-the-vote effort. In his victory speech Mr. & Mrs.Chuck Norris stood directly behind him, as Chuck flashed his beautiful dentures at the audience.

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anthony @ 16:48 GMT

January 3, 2007 [sic] 


There was no doubt about it. The message from Iowa tonight was simple, but deafening:

If you’re a candidate for President, and you voted for the war, you lose. And if you voted and voted and voted for the war — and never once showed any remorse — you really lose.

In short, if you had something to do with keeping us in this war for four-plus years, you are not allowed to be the next president of the United States.

Over 70% of Iowan Democrats voted for candidates who either never voted for the invasion of Iraq (Obama, Richardson, Kucinich) or who have since admitted their mistake (Edwards, Biden, Dodd). I can’t tell you how bad I feel for Senator Clinton tonight. I don’t believe she was ever really for this war. But she did — and continued to do — what she thought was the politically expedient thing to eventually get elected. And she was wrong. And tonight she must go to sleep wondering what would have happened if she had voted her conscience instead of her calculator. (more…)

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Posted by Basheert @9:00am

From Think Progress:

After declaring recently that remaining in Iraq (as in Korea) in perpetuity is not a good idea, McCain has now decided that our troops should remain there for up to a thousand years – as long as no one gets hurt.


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A Good Night in Iowa

Sudhan @12:15 CET

Two Body Blows to the Political Establishment


Counterpunch, January 4, 2008

For the party establishments–Democratic and Republican–it was a bad night, as their favored candidates went down to severe defeat.

With Barrack Obama’s crushing victory over Hillary Clinton, the campaign scenario of the Democratic elite is now in the trash bin. Their calculation had been that Obama would never be able to match the Clintons’ fundraising. Wrong. Obama raised huge sums from small contributors, who can continue their support. A lot of Hillary’s big financial backers have already reached their legal limits. They thought Obama was another Howard Dean, headed for deflation as soon as the voters faced the moment of decision. Wrong again. Mrs. Clinton had the big feminist organizations in her corner and a good chunk of organized labor. They didn’t deliver, any more than the Democratic machine supervised by campaign chairman Terry McAuliffe and superpollster Mark Penn. They thought they could sink Obama with December’s slurs about drug use, Islamic heritage and color. They backfired.

Keep reading . . .

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