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Wanna See him gone? [07 Sep 2005|05:41pm]


Take the image from this site and plaster it on every telephone/light pole in your city. We did it last weekend, most of them were gone in a few days, but we are going to put up 1000 this weekend instead of 600.

Have them wake up the next day to see how many people don't want him around!
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We could only dream :o) [04 Mar 2005|09:14pm]


A lobbyist, on his way home from work in Washington, DC, came to a dead
halt in traffic and thought to himself,
"Wow, this traffic seems worse than usual." He noticed a police officer
walking between the lines of stopped cars
so he rolled down his window and asked, "Officer, what's the holdup?"

The officer replied, "The President is depressed, so he stopped his
motorcade and is threatening to douse himself
with gasoline and set himself on fire. He says no one believes his
stories about why we went to war in Iraq, or the
worsening deficit and economy, or that his tax cuts will help anyone
except his wealthy friends. So we're taking up a
collection for him."

The lobbyist asks, "How much have you got so far?"

The officer replies, "About four gallons, but a lot of folks are still
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[10 Feb 2005|10:44pm]


[x] FUN THEMES [x]

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questionnaire for Americans [21 Jan 2005|07:19pm]

Hi everybody!
I’m writing my thesis. I’m looking for respondents. If you are Americans (you were born and grown up in United States, you are not immigrants) then you can help me a lot!!! Complete this questionnaire . It will take no more then 5 minutes. Thank you. I appreciate it!
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[14 Jan 2005|03:39pm]

I thought that this was pretty cool.
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Protest the Election [10 Dec 2004|01:47am]


Join the Good Fight!

Ever since George Bush was re-elected, conservatives have been telling liberals to "get over it." Excuse me? "Get over it?" This wasn't a baseball game. This wasn't the Super Bowl. We're not sobbing in our beers because the Steelers whipped the Packers. We're at war. People's lives are at stake. Every day, families are being destroyed, both here and in Iraq. To treat this election so dismissively is an insult to them and to the soldiers who gave life and limb in this war.

Get Involved!

On December 12th 2004 at 12 noon, before the steps of your State Capitol and the Federal Capitol, join with us to protest the theft of our votes and our voting rights in the 2004 election.

As citizens, it is our duty to protect those basic rights that insure the survival of our democracy and constitution for present and future generations of Americans.

Egregious infringements of our voting rights occurred in the 2004 election: our voting systems were compromised and our votes violated. The line was crossed: we no longer trust our voting systems.

Post this where ever you can, every blog and journal you can. IM , email, whatever you can. Try libraries, colleges, bookstore, coffee shops, ect. .... places where political people hang out! Get the word out soon!

Oh, and tell your friends! And if you know people in media (or happen to write for a paper) by all means, get this story out! Get the media to talk about this story, even the bigwigs! Thanks !

You have to ask yourself, are you part of the solution, or part of the problem?
Because Apathy is Deadly.

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On December 12th, go to your state or federal capitol and make your voice heard.

Make a sign and show up!

Learn More About How You Can Get Involved Here

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'Fired up' Kerry returning to Senate [08 Nov 2004|10:48pm]

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[07 Nov 2004|08:13pm]

[ mood | pissed off ]

GAH! I hate Bush!!! Whatever happened to separating church and state??? Is that not what america is all about??? ROARR! i'm so angry! I can't believe all those damn conservatives and republicans and their arrogance!!! They need, for just one second, to think about what's right for the NATION and not just what the "bible" says...ya know? For instance, gay marriage, it really pisses me off that they want to ban it just because they "don't agree with it"! IF IT DOESN'T AFFECT YOU WHY HURT OTHER PEOPLE????? And why do they get to decide if it's right or not? Obviously, they were born that way, so why on earth punish them for that????? They try and justify it by twisting the words of the bible to their advantage, but really it's just hate...and that really pisses me off! I can't belive that even some of my friends are so ignorant and hateful! GAH!!! And then abortion...who honestly has the god-given authority to decide if it's right or not? It should be a woman's choice, definetely not left to a man to decide or an entire nation to decide for one woman...what if she was raped? what if carrying the child to term would kill or hurt the mother or the baby? GAH!!! There're so many other arguments i have, but...i don't want to bore anyone...so i'll stop...lol.

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please help get the word out [06 Nov 2004|06:59pm]

So, you know all the election fraud stories that have been showing up? I have found a news website/tv show whose newsroom can be contacted by phone, is located in CA (and therefore is possibly liberal enough to do this) and may possibly convinced to show this on the air. Everyone, please, please! go to
call their newsroom at
(415) 561-8000
or submit a news tip by email
Suggestion: Beg them to put one of these theories on the air and investigate it
And here is the cnn.com option, although they are probably overwhelmed with tips and stuff
crossposted in other places too
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Pictures of the BEAUTIFUL one. [06 Nov 2004|11:50am]

Behind the cut:
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[05 Nov 2004|12:45pm]


This is hilarious. Maybe an option? ;)
Thanks andrah70
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Kerry Won [04 Nov 2004|11:57pm]

See for yourself
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Victory! [04 Nov 2004|04:36pm]

[ mood | giddy ]

Oh yeah, Bush won.

Oh yeah, Bush kicks arse.

Oh yeah, Bush is the choice of the people.

Oh yeah, Bush won by a landslide.

Oh yeah, Bush got 4,000,000 more votes than Kerry.

Oh yeah, Bush whooped Kerry electorally.

Oh yeah, he's an 8 year president.

Oh yeah, Cheney's there too.

Oh yeah, Teresa Heinz-Kerry won't be a our First Lady.

Oh yeah, John Edwards aka Silky Pony aka Breck Girl won't be the VP.

Oh yeah, we got even more seats in the Senate.

Oh yeah, we got even more seats in the House.

Oh yeah, we picked up some governorshps.

Oh yeah, Democrats are splitting.

W Stands for Win.

Ahh, is that the sweet smelling fragrance of ...victory... wafting in my open, flaring nostrils?

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[04 Nov 2004|01:56pm]

[ mood | worried ]

From today's Daily Mirror in the UK - um...yeah, exactly...yikes!

I'm moving to the United States of Canada biotch!

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[04 Nov 2004|01:45pm]

I found this in one of my friends profile, it's a flyer posted on our campus....

HEY, thanks to everyone who voted for Bush! I'll see you, your brothers, and your sisters on the front line of Iraq. I will not pity your children when they have incurable diseases due to lack of funds for research. When your younger sister or brother come out of the closet, I hope you will be the one to tell he or she that they will never be accepted because you voted in favor of homosexuals having no rights. When you are raped by your father and become pregnant, I hope you will be ready to give birth and care for that child....even if you are only 14 years old.

At this point, I really do not know what makes America such a great country, because it is DEFINITELY not the citizens

sigh, i am so mad!!!! 4 more years of gas prices going up, of tuition costs rising, of no funds for medical research for cures, and 4 more years of proper grammar-challenged president! here we go
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[04 Nov 2004|07:25am]
this is for all you liberals:

Enjoy sparky [2:31 PM]: Every dumb shit who said that they were going to move to Canada if Bush won can pack the fuck up and get out. Our President stuck up for our nation in a time of harship, he stuck with his decision (didn't change his mind 67 times) and put our troops into fix a huge problem. Yes they're casualties, but I would rather take that than another 911. What would have heppened if Kerry won? We would have cut miltitary spending, and basically stopped our terrorist search. Therefore we are sitting ducks for more disasters like 911. Think about it. I hope all of you "movers" never wear an American flag, never celebrate our INDEPENDENCE that was fought for, and I hope you enjoy your stay in Canada, fuckers." (my rant)
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x-posted [03 Nov 2004|10:21pm]

For those of us who aren't looking forward to a second Bush administration, there are plenty of items available to show that the blame for the next four years does not rest on us.

I got a bumper sticker. Woop.
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[03 Nov 2004|04:50pm]

> Dear friends,
> My inclination in these trying times is to make a fuss and organize.
> The message below is a good start. Please forward the information to
> your contacts.
> As of 8:30 AM, the recorded votes were about 58.3M for Bush, and 54.8M
> for Kerry, corresponding to 51% and 48%, respectively, of the COUNTED
> votes. This represents a total for the counted votes of about 114M,
> which is just a 8% increase above 2000, and is far below even the most
> cautious assessments of voter numbers made yesterday based on the huge
> turnout. It is apparent that, once again, a rather large number of
> votes that were cast were in fact not counted, presumably due to
> "hanging chads", etc.
> This arithmetic also explains the discrepancies between the counted
> votes and the exit polls. There is nothing statistically subtle about
> exit polls; they are not subject to the "likely-voter" weighting of
> pre-election polls, and there is no reason for ALL the exit polls to
> give results that are wrong outside their margin of error. Exit polls
> count the number of people that voted, which is, apparently,
> significantly different than the number of votes counted.
> The media is completely focused on Ohio. But I'll be damned if I sit
> by and watch while millions of votes are disregarded in other close
> states. I'm sure you are as exhausted as I am, and I'm very sorry to
> unload this on you -- but I intend to send the numbers above to as
> many media and blog outlets as I can.* Please feel free to do the
> same if you'd like.
> *Media attention counts - recall Fox's declaration of Bush as the
> winner on the night of the 2000 election.
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I think this says it all. [03 Nov 2004|03:04pm]

[ mood | Angry at half the voters ]

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[03 Nov 2004|02:06pm]

[ mood | sad ]

From a friend of mine's journal:
I just read on another list that someone proposed everyone opposed to the election results wear black tomorrow, in mourning. I think I'll do it.

I am going to do it too.

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