Saturday, February 05, 2005

A.N.S.W.E.R.'S Response to Bush's State of the Union Address

AxisofLogic/ United States: "Empire - the true aim of the U.S. government - is barely concealed under the lofty rhetoric of Bush's State of the Union address. In its pursuit, the U.S. government is committed to the destruction of every government and people that stands in its way, in the Middle East and throughout the world.
'Freedom and democracy' for Iraq and 'liberty' around the world are new code words for a very particular global strategy. According to this strategy, the Pentagon's military pre-eminence will be used to invade, bomb, subvert and threaten any and all countries in the formerly colonized and semi-colonized world that seek to maintain control over their own resources and retain even nominal independence and sovereignty. Bush and the neo-conservatives are the political spokespersons for this strategy. Congress and the courts fade into an ornamental status as Pentagon-enforced capitalism asserts itself as the real power in contemporary U.S. politics."

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Eulogy For America

Eulogy For America
: "Ladies and gentlemen, we gather here today to mourn the passing of the United States of America, a nation that once stood as a beacon light of hope for the world.
America was betrayed and murdered on November 2, 2004. Also killed during this time of madness were the following virtues: truth, justice, integrity, freedom, compassion, brotherhood, tolerance, faith, hope, charity, peace, and respect for other cultures and nations. These virtues are survived by their antitheses--deceit, injustice, hypocrisy, fascism, selfishness, hatred, fear, hopelessness, greed, perpetual warfare and arrogant hegemony.
Also murdered were seven platitudes, which parents once used to convince their children that America was a rational and honorable nation: "

Sunday, November 07, 2004

AxisofLogic/ The 2004 Elections - Growing Collection of Vote Fraud links: ATTN Global Media

AxisofLogic/ The 2004 Elections - Growing Collection of Vote Fraud links: ATTN Global Media : "The list of evidence is growing that the US election was anything but a fair vote. Who could possibly think that all of these voting problems are just a minor aberation? The long lines are always in Democratic counties, that the computer 'glitches' always favor Bush, and the new e-machines were made by a Bush 'Pioneer' (top donor) that pledged to deliver for Bush. Funny how Diebold makes bank machines which print paper receipts millions of times daily, but they couldn't get the printer to work in the voting machines."

Taxes and Consequences: The Second Term Begins

Taxes and Consequences: The Second Term Begins: "PRESIDENT BUSH began his first term with projections for $5.6 trillion in budget surpluses. Though he will start his second term facing at least $2.3 trillion in deficits, according to the Congressional Budget Office, his tax-cutting ambitions are even greater. Here are some of the initiatives that he's likely to push, and the unanswered questions that go with them. "

Thursday, November 04, 2004

George W Bush is the AntiChrist

George W Bush is the AntiChrist: "Bush recently told an Amish group in Pennsylvania that 'God speaks through me.' Another story that ran in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz tells how Bush had told Middle East leaders that ' God told me to strike at al Qaeda and I struck them, and then he instructed me to strike at Saddam [ Hussein], which I did.' First of all, what is interesting about these voices Bush is hearing, voices which are effectively telling him to go kill people, is that Jesus consistently taught his disciples to overcome evil with good rather than with bombs and bullets and violence.
It is eminently reasonable to assume that the voices Bush is hearing are not coming from God at all, but from Satan. It is also reasonable to assume that the devil does not desire peace, but war and death and destruction. Why is it that when an ordinary citizen hears voices telling him to kill people, we lock him up for the safety of both himself and the community; yet when Bush hears voices telling him to kill, fundamentalists rejoice and pretend he was chosen by God to be president?"

TheStar.com - Editorial: Bush win tests Canada's resolve

TheStar.com - Editorial: Bush win tests Canada's resolve: "Canadians cheered on Kerry by a 3 to 1 margin, feeling that he would repair relations with close allies and be less tempted down reckless paths. The Bush administration has provoked a disturbing upswing of anti-Americanism here, as elsewhere in the world. There is concern our countries are drifting apart.
If Americans have their work cut out healing wounds after a nasty campaign, Canadians and Americans together have more work to do to avert a bilateral rift. At the same time, the U.S. has fences to mend globally.
Much of the world saw Campaign 2004 as a $1.2 billion referendum on Bush's deeply flawed leadership, post 9/11, and on his use of pre-emptive war to assert U.S. interests. And the world preferred Kerry.
Bush's campaign as the 'trusty' steward of America's well-being, strained credibility. He let bin Laden slip away. He misled the U.S. into a war in Iraq on the false pretext that Saddam Hussein had ties with 9/11 terror and weapons of mass destruction. He cut taxes for the rich few while millions lost jobs, grew poor and lacked health insurance."

Infoshop News - A View from Abroad: The Evil Empire?

Infoshop News - A View from Abroad: The Evil Empire?: "It should now be clear to everyone in the world that the U.S. is not a country that is run by a corrupt and brutal government but populated by compassionate citizens simply at the mercy of this government. Unlike in other countries where the government may engage in brutal policies such as the military war on Iraq and the economic war on the world's poor but the population overwhelmingly opposes these policies, American citizens wholehearted endorse such acts of tyranny and even applaud them. When presented with an opportunity to rid their nations of those in government who would pursue the path of illegal war, the path of economic and military domination of the world, and who cooperate with the U.S. attempt to establish a world empire, the citizens of most countries speak with one voice to defeat these tyrants. In the U.S., they condone their illegal actions by overwhelmingly supporting them.
And Americans wonder why they're hated. They wonder why there are people who are willing to dedicate their lives to their destruction. Let's be realistic about this: No one is jealous about how free and great the U.S. is. This is the kind of thing that a mother tells some pathetic child to help him deal with being ostracized by other kids. Americans are hated because of their arrogance, their bloodlust, their desire to live vicariously through the criminal acts that their military visits upon the world--at least those parts of the world where people worship a different god than they worship or have different physical characteristics than they have.
So when we look at Americans, we need to realize that behind the wheel that SUV that sucks up the oil that America is building an empire to secure, chances are there is someone who applauds the deaths of tens of thousands of innocent Iraqis. Behind that whit"

Industries of evil benefit from Bush re-election

Industries of evil benefit from Bush re-election: "Every man, aged 18 - 30, had better start thinking about whether they're going to be willing to join Bush's war machine and be shipped off to a foreign land to fight more civilians, er... I mean 'terrorists.' The stock prices of bomb-making companies soared following the Bush re-election, meaning that investors are betting on the need for more bombs, bullets, missiles and tanks. "

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Life as we know it is over, folks

Hey, we did our best but it just wasn't good enough to overcome the large number of uneducated Americans living among us. I've been updating blogs for over a year describing the terrible lies, hypocrisy, and out-and-out evil of Bush and his administration, and it still wasn't enough. I'm not sure exactly what to do now. Move to Canada?

The world hates Bush. Close to half of all Americans deeply disagree with the decisions that he makes on our behalf. It just doesn't make sense that he would be re-elected. I guess we know how so many in Germany felt when Hitler came to power and the majority supported him. History will prove us correct in our judgement. I just hope that Bush doesn't screw things up so badly that we can't recover once we finally have a sensible leader again.

If you have children I especially feel for you. The immoral decisions that Bush has made (and will continue to make) are sure to negatively affect the children of today more than any other segment of the population. Bush WILL re-instate the draft (Rove will call it something else, but it will still be a draft) and many of our children will die. And the education that our children get will continue to suffer just as it has over the last four years.

Thanks for hanging in there with me. We tried our best, and ultimately you and I will be proven right. Eventually.

Tuesday, November 02, 2004

John Kerry vs George Bush Vote Vote Vote Vote Vote Vote!!!!

John Kerry vs George Bush Vote Vote Vote Vote Vote Vote!!!!: "If YOU are a John Kerry supporter and haven't voted yet, I want YOU to get up right now and head to your voting precinct, and cast your vote for John Kerry. YOU don't want to wake up tomorrow morning and find that because of a few hundred votes George Bush was elected as president of the United States. No matter what YOU hear from any television, radio, newspaper, or magazine. Regardless of what opinion is offered by anyone who has the ability to provide commentary about John Kerry or George Bush. The only person that can decide this election with their vote is YOU!!!"

Monday, November 01, 2004

Please Vote

Please Vote: "What if you show up to vote next Tuesday and election workers say you are not registered?
1. Make sure you are at the correct voting precinct. You can check at My Polling Place or call 1-866-OUR-VOTE for assistance.
2. If you are at the correct polling place and officials claim you are not registered, request a provisional ballot. It's your right under the law. "

John Kerry storms to victory in virtual vote

John Kerry storms to victory in virtual vote: "The virtual vote is in -- Democratic challenger John Kerry has won a landslide victory over President George W. Bush in a global sample of the world's opinion on the race for the White House.
More than 113,000 people from 119 countries made their choice at www.globalvote2004.org, handing Kerry a crushing win with 77 percent of the vote, a spokesman for the website said on Monday.
Third party candidates, including independent Ralph Nader, took nearly 14 percent of the vote, while Bush garnered a mere nine percent.
The results, a non-official tally of the world's view of the closely-fought presidential race, were released a day before Americans go to the polls in the real vote."

'Fahrenheit' to Air on Internet Monday

'Fahrenheit' to Air on Internet Monday: "Audiences will get another opportunity to view Michael Moore's 'Fahrenheit 9/11' on the eve of the elections when video-on-demand firm CinemaNow will make the controversial documentary available Monday via the Internet."

Redskins Loss: Bad News for Bush, Touchdown Kerry

Redskins Loss: Bad News for Bush, Touchdown Kerry: "The Washington Redskins lost their final home football game before the U.S. presidential election on Sunday -- and that's great news for Democratic Sen. John Kerry and bad news for President Bush.
In every presidential election since 1936, the Redskins' last home game has accurately predicted the winner. If they win, the incumbent president's party wins. If they lose, the challenger wins."

Osama bin Laden Is Bush's Greatest Failure

Osama bin Laden Is Bush's Greatest Failure: "Democratic presidential candidate John F. Kerry is right when he charges President George W. Bush with allowing Osama bin Laden to escape justice for the 3,000 deaths caused September 11, 2001. Osama slipped away as we watched.
Osama bin Laden is President Bush's greatest failure in the last four years."

Day 1,146 and Counting

Day 1,146 and Counting: "I've been surprised that the Republicans haven't come out with guns a-blazing since the bin Laden tape, screaming (or at least suggesting) that it proves that Osama wants you to vote for Kerry. A few pundits have indulged in this idiocy, but by and large the administration and its surrogates have stressed that the bin Laden tape should not be politicized.
We're supposed to believe that they consider this above politics? Please. These people would politicize a bingo match. They're not politicizing this (although there's still one day to go) because the existence of the tape is not, contrary to the cable conventional wisdom on Friday night, a good development for them. They don't need the American public repeatedly reminded, in the campaign's last 72 hours, that the man who killed 2,700 Americans is still at large. "