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The "Gipper" wooda loved it!

She's easy on the eyes, fits in with "Fox Noise" babes, and still flag-waving, fly-over state electorate.

Bet Ombama regrets not finding a way to select Hillary..huge mistake!

Best to all,

Oldflame

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Who's Sarah?

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How do we know when it's over?

Associated Press

COLUMBUS, Ohio - An attorney behind a presidential election challenge dismissed earlier this week asked a different judge on Friday to make Ohio's top election official answer questions about the Nov. 2 vote.

Attorney Cliff Arnebeck asked a federal judge to allow a group he represents, the Massachussetts-based Alliance for Democracy, to join a complaint filed against Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell on Election Day.

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How do we know when it's over?

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ALFRED E. NEUMAN FOR PRESIDENT

"He is just as smart as the other candidates, and twice as popular"

On the Issues:

Guaranteed Health Care: ban all HMO's and medical insurance. Outlaw the American Medical Association. Change the medical deductions on the 1040 to 100%.

Result: People will shop for their medical needs, thereby reducing inflated prices of pharmaceuticals, laboratories, doctors, and hospitals. After all, medical insurance is designed to guarantee that the medical industry be paid, not that people receive adequate treatment.

Social Security: Since when?

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"What me worry?"

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Wed Jan 12, 2005 at 08:06 AM PST

U.S. ends search for WMD in Iraq

by OldFlame

No shit!

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U.S. ends search for WMD in Iraq
Wednesday, January 12, 2005 Posted: 10:59 AM EST (1559 GMT)

 U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell made the case for Iraq's possession of WMD in February 2003.

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- U.S. inspectors have ended their search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq in recent weeks, a U.S. intelligence official told CNN.

The search ended almost two years after President Bush ordered the invasion of Iraq, citing concerns that Saddam Hussein was building weapons of mass destruction and may have hidden weapons stockpiles.

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"I'm shocked to learn there's gambling going on here?"

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Wednesday, January 12, 2005 - Page updated at 12:00 A.M.

Voters in Ohio dropping lawsuit over election

By Andrew Welsh-Huggins

The Associated Press

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Voters challenging the presidential election results in the Ohio Supreme Court asked to drop their lawsuit yesterday, saying it is moot with last week's certification of the electoral vote and the upcoming inauguration.

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Who "blinked?"

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Thu Jan 06, 2005 at 08:09 PM PST

Please thank Sen. Boxer

by OldFlame

Time to think about this Sen. for a more senior leadership role. She's got "BALLS!"

ALL the rest of the Dem. Sen.'s are hiding behind her skirt!

I think the next step for her is to develop an exploratory advisory board for issues important to all of us. However, to be "democratic" about it, I'm inviting all of you to provide her guidance in the Poll below which I will forward to her office.

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Boxer's next "move"

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Mon Jan 03, 2005 at 06:15 PM PST

House Repugs reverse course!!

by OldFlame

Politics - U. S. Congress

House GOP Reverses Course on Ethics Rules

By LARRY MARGASAK, Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON - House Republicans suddenly reversed course Monday, deciding to retain a tough standard for lawmaker discipline and reinstate a rule that would force Majority Leader Tom DeLay to step aside if indicted by a Texas grand jury.

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From Entry Entitled: Important Ohio Action Memo from Progressive Democrats of Illinois

Senator Byrd got many visits today and I think he is 1 of the Senators who will come through for us. Please try to call him at the 1-800-839-5276 but if his office is closed then fax him at 1-202-228-0002, make sure you add why the major media is blocking this story! Byrd is an older guy, as we all know, he may still be deluded about the independence of the press in America. I can tell because his aide, Ms. Barth has asked for faxed copies of real news articles on the fraud from the major press, especially the NYT and the Wash Post. She does not want electronic copies, if you have any laying around please fax them to her at 304-343-7144 and then fax a letter to the other number above, try to keep it to 2 pages or less!!!

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On Jan 6, the US will

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Mon Dec 20, 2004 at 07:39 AM PST

LIMBAUGH MADE LAUGHING STOCK!

by OldFlame

Don't you just love it when Druge and the Repugs get tangled in their underwear over someone making fun of their "Man." I mean Linbough is an acknowledged drug offender!

from:

 http://www.drudgereport.com/snl.htm

XXXXX DRUDGE REPORT XXXXX SUN DEC 19, 2004 21:00:38 ET XXXXX

BACKSTAGE CONTROVERSY AFTER NBC DEPICTION OF LIMBAUGH

NBC's comedy depiction of talkradio king Rush Limbaugh passed-out in vomit from drug abuse ignited backstage outrage at SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE.

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Election fraud rampnat; Rummy under McCain's gun, what's next?

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McCain Has 'No Confidence' in Rumsfeld

7 minutes ago   White House - AP Cabinet & State

By BETH DeFALCO, Associated Press Writer

PHOENIX - U.S. Sen. John McCain (news, bio, voting record) said Monday that he has "no confidence" in Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, citing Rumsfeld's handling of the war in Iraq (news - web sites) and the failure to send more troops.

McCain, speaking to The Associated Press in an hourlong interview, said his comments were not a call for Rumsfeld's resignation, explaining that President Bush (news - web sites) "can have the team that he wants around him."

Asked about his confidence in the secretary's leadership, McCain recalled fielding a similar question a couple weeks ago.

"I said no. My answer is still no. No confidence," McCain said.

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Sat Dec 11, 2004 at 08:00 PM PST

The Mother of ALL Email Lists!

by OldFlame

MEDIA EMAIL ADDRESSES
This page of email addresses is NOT designed to be used to send individual emails. It is designed so you can copy and paste them into your emails! This could be compared to sending a bulk mailing via the post office!

THE PREFERRED WAY

There is NO preferred way to use this list. Some people send emails to their Congressional Representatives and CC (copy) all the media email addresses.

Other people prefer to BCC (Blind copy) the email addresses. The reason for this is because they want whoever is reading the email to actually READ what they have to say! With thousands of email addresses appearing BEFORE the actual message, it is less likely the Congressional staffer will ever read the email, therefore your email may NEVER be counted!

If you want to let your Congressional Representatives know that you have also emailed the media, you can now include the link to this page and write a p.s. at the bottom of your email telling them you have BCC'd the email to thousands of media people!

 

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Will you NOW write to your targets?

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Updated: 10:57 PM EST
Bombshell for Bush Cabinet
Homeland Security Nominee Abruptly Withdraws His Name

WASHINGTON (Dec. 10) - Former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, President Bush's choice to be homeland security secretary, has withdrawn his name from consideration, the White House announced late Friday.

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