Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Important News About John McCain 
John McCain Republican President

President John McCain

The link will bring McCain's famous hug of George Bush and lead to an article about his latest scandal. It will still work because the words are on the page despite Google sophisticated algorithm.

<a href="http://www.thenation.com/blogs/campaignmatters?pid=288198"><img src="http://bp3.blogger.com/_58f2xto7Uqg/R8ZJRqwts_I/AAAAAAAAAI4/72JGikWsKfA/s400/president_john_mccain.jpg" border="0" alt="John McCain Republican President" ><h2>President John McCain</h2></a>

Saturday, February 23, 2008

It's Alive! 
Oval Office Failure brings up Bush's biography. This is despite Google's attempts to "fix" this result.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Off To Disneyland! 
Pictures posted on occasion at pics on the go

Sunday, February 17, 2008

McCain Says No New Taxes! 
He apparently plans to pay for his 100 year war in Iraq by lowering taxes on the rich.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Win One For The Flipper! 
John McCain was against big government before he was for big government before he was against it again.

He lashed out that either Democrat would promote big government. This from the man who voted to create the largest bureaucracy. This from the man that has voted with George Bush's looting of the Treasury every time.

Monday, February 11, 2008

Only 44 Billion Dollars Until Mission Accomplished Day 
The fifth anniversary of Bush prancing around with a sock in his flight suit proclaiming "Mission Accomplished" is 81 days away. At Bush's projected rate of misspending (he always underestimates how much he actually gives Cheney's and his father's companies) that is just $44 billion dollars away.

Sunday, February 10, 2008

It's The Economy, Stupid 
Funny how that always seems to be the issue after 8 or 12 years of Republican rule. Maybe tax cuts to the rich and letting corporations break the law and trample workers' rights isn't the economic stimulus we are led to believe it is?

Saturday, February 09, 2008

We Are Not An ATM Machine 
I agree with Molly that counting dollars as a proxy for democratic support is broken. I particularly dislike how the candidates treat us like an ATM machine.

I was over at Moue Magazine and saw they had Snapshots on their site. I like it a lot. As a result, these links are now SnapShot enhanced ( a link bomber's dream come true) and I have added Moue Magazine to my blogroll.

If you don't like the snapshots you can turn them off by using the Options icon that appears in the top right.

Friday, February 08, 2008

That Would Be Fun! 
I will give Tesla motors a potentially valuable idea for free. Electric motors are cool and quiet but as Sadly No points out that is not the sound people associate with powerful automobiles. Tesla might want to spend some of that battery power on producing "Vroom! Ah-oogah!" sounds.

Hillary in Seattle 
Sen. Clinton gave a great speech. She is a lot more liberal in person than the soundbites will lead you to believe.
Hillary Clinton campaigns in Seattle at Pier 30
Sorry the photo is so grainy, I couldn't get very close due to the huge crowd. My one quibble is Hillary understands that private industry has to get out of college loans but she thinks insurance companies are an essential component of health care.

Saturday, February 02, 2008

Happy Blogroll Bloodbath Day 
skippy and Jon Swift thought the best way to commemorate blogroll bloodbath day was by posting to blogs with less than traffic than you. These blogs may or may not have less traffic than me so I linked to blogs that used the term "bush junta"

First off, Moonbootica, a regular commenter at Eschaton, has kitty pix at her blog.

Candide's Notebooks mentions a couple of lost causes.

Pro Libertate has an extensive post about FedGov's latest foray into agent provocateurs: Joint Terrorism Task Forces.

Mack White, who literally wrote the book The Bush Junta, posts about how Americans' increased tolerance for cruelty by officials is a sure sign of a police state.

Zaki's Corner thinks Hillary will ultimately help Republicans with her win at all costs campaigning.

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