Eschaton: “Louisville-AP — A Republican leader applauded a bumper sticker being circulated in Louisville that reads ‘Kerry is bin Laden’s Man/Bush is Mine’ as Democrats decried it.
Jefferson County G-O-P chairman Jack Richardson the Fourth says he didn’t know the bumper sticker’s origins, but agreed with its message.
Richardson says the local G-O-P had no involvement in creating the bumper stickers, but said the stickers were available at the county’s GOP headquarters.”
Former ambassador criticizes president: “ASPEN – Former Ambassador Joe Wilson can sum up his opinion of President George W. Bush’s post-Sept. 11 administration quite simply.
Everything they have put into play since Sept. 11 has come up horse turds, Wilson said when he spoke Sunday at the Sopris Foundation State of the World Conference.
The crowd of more than 400 people at the annual conference clapped, cheered and laughed when they heard his opinion, but the events that justify it are sobering. “
AMERICAblog: Because a great nation deserves the truth: “‘It does not affect your daily life very much if your neighbor marries a box turtle. But that does not mean it is right. . . . Now you must raise your children up in a world where that union of man and box turtle is on the same legal footing as man and wife.’
– Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.), advocating a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage in a speech Thursday to the Heritage Foundation. “
I’m guessing that Rethuglican pets are extremely nervous.
Yahoo! News – Lawmakers Ask Ashcroft Why Suspect Freed: “WASHINGTON – Republican and Democratic lawmakers alike are demanding to know why the Bush administration chose to release to Syria a terror suspect when several prosecutors and FBI (news – web sites) agents had collected evidence for a possible criminal case. The circumstances surrounding Nabil al-Marabh’s release, detailed in a recent Associated Press story, are “of deep concern and appear to be a departure from an aggressive, proactive approach to the war on terrorism,” Senate Finance Committee Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, wrote Tuesday in a letter to Attorney General John Ashcroft “
Is this the guy they hand recruited to ‘disrupt’ our elections?
What if Kerry Chose Jesus?: “The purpose of this parody is to emphasize the fact that the media is ripping John Edwards apart after giving Dick Cheney a free pass for three and a half years. Cheney, arguably the most corrupt and vile individual to ever hold office in this county has enjoyed complete immunity from criticism and investigation by the media. It took exactly one day for the media to focus more negative attention on John Edwards than they had focused on Dick Cheney in 4 years. The entire first day of his nomination was spent on defaming trial lawyers as some sort of criminal element in our society, and of repeating the suggestion that Edwards comes to the job with a weak resume for leading the nation. They never, ever, anywhere in the corporate media acknowledge that George Bush was head of a state in which the role of governor is limited and relatively weak when compared to that of the lieutenant governor. Anyone who understands politics knows that being the governor of Texas did not prepare George Bush for anything other than improving his golf game. But why tell that to the public, when you can knock Edwards in the process?”