Thursday, December 01, 2005

Political Linkdump

Ah, Pal Dorian on personal responsibility

FilkerTom on a response to Shrubya's speech. Another view here.

So, let's see... Sotelo swore, under penalty of perjury, that the voters she challenged were illegally registered AND that she had personal knowledge of that fact for each and every challenged voter. Of the 190 challenged voters who actually voted, 133 of those challenges, that Sotelo SWORE UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY she was certain were legit challenges, were tossed out. That's a really bad percentage for a person who SWORE UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY. In fact, apparently she has no knowledge at all if her personal knowledge is so bad. Sotelo deserves a jail sentence for her perjury.

Unfortunately, her fellow Republican also has no respect for the law. Norm Maleng says he won't press charges, despite plenty of evidence of perjury and voter intimidation. The rot in the Republican party runs deep.

A bit about Diebold, the voter fraud machine company, at Slashdot.

If your school refuses to teach science, history, or literature, don't expect to get into college. Sheesh. Why would a Creationist idiot want to go the University of California, anyway? Go to Bob Jones, where you will continue to not learn anything.

Walgreens has just become a good place to shop in my book. Finally a company that actually punishes someone for not doing their job.

Your tax dollars are paying for Christian Evangelicalizing on high school campuses, in the guise of anti-drug funding.

Bill "Falafel" O'Reilly tells his viewer the real meaning of Christmas: "Without Christmas, most American businesses would be far less profitable." He knows this full well, as he is selling Christmas Ornaments on his website (formerly called holiday ornaments, until bloggers pointed out the hypocrisy).

Speaking of Falafel O'Reilly, he has unveiled his enemies list. Pathetic. He can't even do an enemies list right.

Shrubya says no pullout from Iraq without victory. Uh. Right. What is the definition of "victory"? His latest plan is as vague and useless as... well, whatever vague and useless plan his handlers concocted to invade Iraq in the first place. In the meantime, the war against terrorism is neglected and the murderer responsible for 9/11 is still alive and laughing at us. Yeah, you're doing a heck of a job, Shrubya.

Wonkette gives us Midshipmen waiting for Shrubya. *yawn*

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