Sunday, October 28, 2007

Wow, talk about over-reaction on the part of the media: 11 Year Olds, Birth Control, and the MSM.

Judge Voids Un-Auditable California Election. The last governor's election in Washington state should have also been voided, as the voting machines in Snohomish county didn't allow for a recount.

Anderson Cooper on R-67. Note this line in the post: The insurance industry is spending a stunning $8 million on deceptive ads to make sure that you are confused... because confused voters almost always vote "no." They are spending $8 million (that could be spent taking care of the people they insure) on ads against a measure that simply says they have to pay out what they claim they will pay out when people get sick. We need a new health care system in this country, one that doesn't involve for-profit companies getting rich when their customers die.

The administration supports screws the troops: by making sure they don't get enough days to qualify for the GI Bill. More evidence that Republicans like Blackwater Mercenary Scum more than they like our own soldiers.

Speaking of Blackwater Mercenary Scum, the Iraqi government wants them gone, but why would the Republican leadership of the War in Iraq want to get rid of war-profiteers like Blackwater?

Republicans attack a 12-year-old and his family, spreading lies about him, because he dares to support health care for more children.

Other Republicans destroy years of painstaking undercover work fighting al-Qaeda because... well, because they can. Shouldn't people who help the terrorists, like these Republicans did, be considered traitors?

If you haven't yet watched this video of San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders explaining how his heart was changed on the subject of same-sex marriage, maybe you should check it out now.

Back to Health Care: John Edwards gets it:
"To show Congress just how serious I am, on the first day of my administration, I will submit legislation that ends health care coverage for the president, all members of Congress, and all senior political appointees in both branches of government on July 20th, 2009 - unless we have passed universal health care reform," Edwards said in a speech to the Laborers Leadership Convention.
I'll vote for Edwards gladly if he's the Democratic nominee. Anyone who understands that the rich bastards in government don't deserve government funded health care if the average citizen doesn't get the same thing gets my vote.

Thoreau notes that moderate Muslims do speak out, but are ignored by the various propaganda arms of the Republican terror-monger party.

More on health: How to Wash Your Hands.