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Read all about my trip to NYC for The Republican Convention, including the epic story
October 17, 2004.(Happy Birthday Susy)
Only two more weeks until Halloween
Of course some people just have to have find a reason to bitch.
The Bowling Green (Kentucky) Daily News
Halloween Needed To Be Resheduled(link no longer available H.L. 081205)
Have these people now got so much power, that they can reshedule American Holidays. Next thing you know they will want to move the Super Bowl, NASCAR races, and trips to the beach. Here at The Hollywood Liberal, we celebrate Halloween on October 31.
Subject: Bush Debate Video
The Daily Show Bush Debate Video.
He didn't give it a name but I'm going to call it
Here's a story about how the media has been taken over by the Nazi's
H.L.s Thought of the day
You know I was just thinking earlier today, If Kerry wins, and Bush is brought up on War Crimes, or any other felonies, will Kerry pardon his Skull and Bones Brother. They do exsist after all, to help each achieve thier goals in any way possible. I would imagine that one of Bush's goals is to stay out of Prison. Maybe that has something to do with why The Democrats torpedo'd Howard Dean, in favor of Kerry. Ford pardoned Nixon (Nice little back room deal eh) and Bush Sr. pardoned John Poindexter, and the rest of The Iran Contra felons who now work for his son. Would Kerry pardon Bush, Cheney, Condi, Rummy, Ashcroft, and Powell? Just a thought.
John Kerry for President
Senator John Kerry goes toward the election with a base that is built more on opposition to George W. Bush than loyalty to his own candidacy. But over the last year we have come to know Mr. Kerry as more than just an alternative to the status quo. We like what we've seen. He has qualities that could be the basis for a great chief executive, not just a modest improvement on the incumbent.
We have been impressed with Mr. Kerry's wide knowledge and clear thinking - something that became more apparent once he was reined in by that two-minute debate light. He is blessedly willing to re-evaluate decisions when conditions change. And while Mr. Kerry's service in Vietnam was first over-promoted and then over-pilloried, his entire life has been devoted to public service, from the war to a series of elected offices. He strikes us, above all, as a man with a strong moral core.
Ok people, thats it for now, Have fun. H.L.
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