February 29, 2008
Elections, Media, Politics
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Many humors have been circulating about the Taboo associated with Barack Hussein Obama’s middle name, but I can now confirm that he is in fact of Indian origin. Please see this video it is self explanatory;
Please ignore misleading photos like this one;
or this one;
enough of these false allegations, he needs to embrace his true origin!
Debunking the false Obama Moslem smear from Hillary Clinton. When it it become a crime to be a Mooslimb?
February 12, 2008
Documentary, Elections, Iran, Iraq, Media, Politics, Prisons
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The Guantanamo Six;
- George Bush
- Dick Cheney
- Donald Rumsfeld
- Paul Wolfowitz
- Alberto Gonzales
- Rudy Guiliani
have all been found Guilty on all Charges.
The charges were;
- Committing High Treason
- Engaging in a Conspiracy
- Having Foreknowledge of 9-11 activities
- Organizing and engaging in Mass Murder of civilians
- Concealing evidence
- Being Liars, with their pants on Fire
February 8, 2008
Elections, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Media, Politics
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United for Peace and Justice is calling for and supporting a set of activities on and around the 5th anniversary that will manifest the intensifying opposition to the war and help strengthen our movement. We invite you to work with us to ensure the success of these actions. Click here for more details and info on how to get involved.
U.S. intelligence agencies have announced their belief that Iran has no nuclear weapons program. President Bush has said his aggressive stance toward Iran would not change as a result of the new NIE.
Ways you can take action:
February 7, 2008
Elections, Food, Iraq, Media, Politics
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By Mark Kaufman
In the second installment of the Logo campaign we take a look at the mark of presidential frontrunner, Senator John McCain. Here is the McCain 2008 logo, and below it is the McCain Foods mark. Now I am not the first to say it, but there is a bit of a resemblance between the two. In fact that’s what immediately came to mind, there’s not much John McCain can do short of changing his name and that’s not going to happen. It’s unfortunate that a candidate that has to fight off the perception that he’s too old has to the same name as a frozen food company, but as Donald Rumsfeld once said “…you go to war with the army you have–not the army you might want or wish to have…”
As far as the logo goes I actually like it. As for the typeface I don’t usually like the Optima typeface but I think it suits McCain. It falls somewhere in the netherworld between the usual Bush/Cheney bold, sans serif, manly, Republican typeface and the Kerry/Edwards serif, dainty, progressive typeface. I also like the restrained use of the star, it is reminiscent of a military star or medal, reminding us that the Senator is a true American hero and of his military service without bashing you in the face with it. So far I have only seen the logo on the McCain website and it is only shown in black and white, no red, white and blue, no flags. It fits in well with the overall McCain 2008 brand, the site and the logo are no nonsense, use black and white photos, and a use limited color pallette. So overall a thumbs up from me. It could have been worse. Take a look at the McCain 2000 website here. Even if you are not crazy about the new logo, you must admit that the 2008 brand a vast improvement over the old one.
Article originally appeared on Drawmark Blog. The Illustration of Mark Kaufman (http://drawmark.squarespace.com/
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February 7, 2008
Elections, Iraq, Media, Politics
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McCain ’08 vs. McCain ’94: He’s for Troop Withdrawal, As Long As Bill Clinton Is President [VIDEO]
Posted by Adam Howard, AlterNet on February 5, 2008 at 1:13 PM.
I am fairly certain if John McCain is the GOP presidential nominee he will try to position himself as the personification of consistency. But this unearthed footage of McCain railing against the notion of troops remaining in Haiti and Somalia after official missions were finished during the Clinton administration reveals the depths of his hypocrisy. Whoever faces McCain in the general election will have to contend with the fact that the Chris Matthews of the world adore him but there’s ample evidence of his poor judgment, uncontrollable temper and deep dishonesty.
February 7, 2008
Elections, Iran, Iraq, Media, Politics
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VIDEO: The Conservative Agenda For 2008 — A Third Bush Term
On issue after issue, John McCain, Mitt Romney, and Mike Huckabee have shown themselves eager to carry on President Bush’s legacy. There has been almost no distinction between their rhetoric in recent GOP debates and Bush’s 2008 State of the Union address. What they have promised, essentially, is a third Bush term. A look at the issues:
Taxes: “[M]ake the tax relief permanent.”
Immigration: “America needs to secure our borders.”
Iraq Surge: “[S]ome may deny the surge is working, but among the terrorists there is no doubt.”
Iraq Withdrawal: “We will not rest until this enemy has been defeated.”
Health Care: “The best way to achieve that goal is by expanding consumer choice, not government control.”
ThinkProgress has put together a video showing the conservative candidates’ eagerness to mimic Bush’s policies and carry on his legacy. Watch it:
February 1, 2008
Iraq, Media, Politics
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“I’m not quire sure about her…”
What is it about smiling politicians shaking hands that makes our collective IQ take a nose dive? It’s like an instant brain freeze. At least some in the audience still have their radars up.
Hey don’t you want to vote for me?
What a nutcracker…
Chelsea in Training…
February 1, 2008
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MediaMatters | Eric Boehlert | January 29, 2008 01:11 PM
My guess is that Fox News guru Roger Ailes has been reaching for the Tums more often than usual early in the New Year, and there are lots of reasons for the hovering angst.
Let’s take an extended multiple choice quiz. Right now, which of the following topics is likely causing the discomfort inside Ailes’ Fox News empire?
A) CNN’s resurgence as the go-to cable destination for election coverage.
B) The incredible shrinking candidacy of Fox News’ favored son, Rudy Giuliani.
C) The still-standing candidacy of Fox News nemesis and well-funded, anti-war GOP candidate Rep. Ron Paul.
D) The Democratic candidates’ blanket refusal to debate on Fox News during the primary season.
E) Host Bill O’Reilly being so desperate for an interview from a Democratic contender that he had to schlep all the way to New Hampshire, where he shoved an aide to Sen. Barack Obama and then had to be calmed down by Secret Service agents.
F) Former Fox News architect and Ailes confidante Dan Cooper posting chapters from his a wildly unflattering tell-all book about his old boss. (“The best thing that ever happened to Roger Ailes was 9/11.”)
G) The fledgling Fox Business Network, whose anemic ratings are in danger of being surpassed by some large city public access channels.
H) Host John Gibson’s recent heartless attacks on actor Heath Ledger, just hours after the young actor was found dead.
I) Fox News reporter Major Garrett botching his “exclusive” that Paul Begala and James Carville were going to join Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential campaign, and then refusing to correct the record.
I’d say it’s A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. (I doubt Gibson’s grave-dancing or Garrett’s whopper caused Ailes a moment’s concern.)
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