Daily Archives: October 29, 2008

i really like this (as an epigram)

the four signs of the apocalypse: a doofus becomes ruler a dickus commands the doofus j,000,000ry (the devils demented) command all dickuses democrats are considered an alternative 5 dancing shlomos | 10.25.08 – 11:41 am | #

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nader takes votes from right?

[…] Last and least is a voice from the left, Norman Solomon, who comes forward in these last days to warn his progressive voter friends to stay away from Ralph Nader at the polls. No matter that national polls say … Continue reading


a gop attack ad that is polanskiesque

Dole Ad Fabricates Audio Of Opponent Yelling “There Is No God” Seth Colter Walls, HuffPost, Oct 29 2008 Falling behind in her reelection race, Sen. Elizabeth Dole has uncorked one hell of a charge: The Democrat running against me is … Continue reading

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i swear they’re all completely nuts

Ze’evi memorial turns into ‘election propaganda’ Amnon Meranda, YNet, Oct 29 2008 A Knesset ceremony commemorating the late minister Rehavam Ze’evi, who was assassinated by Palestinian gunmen 7 years ago, turned into yet another heated political debate, as some ministers … Continue reading

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only syria gets these endless petty psyops

Syria ‘Gave Green Light For Raid’ Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Oct 28 2008 Why did America launch a daylight helicopter attack on Syria provoking worldwide outrage? The plot thickens. Publicly America is still saying nothing but US officials are making … Continue reading

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vote machine flips votes on tape

West Virginia Vote Flipping Caught On Tape http://www.youtube.com/user/videothevote

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syrian foreign minister on u.s. terror raid

Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem on US Raid Fatima el Issawi, Asharq al-Awsat, Oct 29 Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem has described the attack on Syrian territory by US helicopters as “a criminal, terrorist act of aggression,” noting that the … Continue reading

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