Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Obama Uses The "L" Word!

Obama accuses McCain campaign of 'lies' - Decision '08-
"NORFOLK, Va. - Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama on Wednesday accused Republican John McCain's campaign of using 'lies and phony outrage and Swift-boat politics' in claiming he used a sexist comment against vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin."

And it's about time. McCain and Palin and the Republican Party have been lying to the American people. A person lies whenever that person purposely misrepresents, misinforms, or makes shit up. It's not rocket science to determine when somebody is lying. If what they are saying denies the facts in evidence, they are lying. And yet, until now, the Dems and Obama have been soft-balling McCain/Palin by saying things like they are "not telling the truth" or "stretching the boundaries of spin." Call it what it is, and make the mainstream media call it what it is. Then the people can decide whether or not they want another liar in the White House for the next four years.

NYPD transformed since Sept. 11 attacks

The nation's largest police department, with about 37,000 officers, has spent tens of millions of dollars on an array of security measures designed to thwart threats.. It's also assigned 1,000 officers to counterterrorism duty, including 10 detectives posted around the globe who collect and share intelligence.

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Monday, September 08, 2008

Adam McKay: We're Gonna Frickin' Lose this Thing

This race should be about whether the Republican Party is going to be dismantled or not after the borderline treason of the past eight years. But instead it is about making the word "community organizer" a dirty word and a beauty queen who shoots foxes from a plane. Someone is not in any way doing their job and it's the press.

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Suit seeks to save Cheney files - Los Angeles Times

Suit seeks to save Cheney files - Los Angeles Times: "Historians and open-government advocates are concerned that Vice President Dick Cheney, who has long bristled at requirements to disclose his records, will destroy or withhold key documents that illustrate his role in forming U.S. policy for the last 7 1/2 years.

In a preemptive move, several of them have agreed to join the advocacy group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington in asking a federal judge to declare that Cheney's records are covered by the Presidential Records Act of 1978 and cannot be destroyed, taken or withheld without proper review."

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