Tuli Can't Stop Talking

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Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Vote No on Torture

Call your Senators and tell them to VOTE NO ON GONZALES!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

These headlines below and the response by Democratic leaders have me believing that they do not understand the law, that the law is corrupt or that democrats are complicit in the republican coup.

Please advise, if you know, whether it is legal to restrict taxpayers/citizens from a public event. If so, who made it so and when. Was that another part of the Patriot Act?

Once again it points to the real problem and the democrats miss it...again. Those in power are extremely paranoid. Paranoia is a disease. Unstable people should not be making laws or making decisions that impact normal people. I think that the main problem is that nobody has questioned the mental stability of the members of the Bush administration.

After Sept 11 it is normal for people to be on edge, a little shell-shocked. But these folks have taken it to the extreme and have not let up for one second. They have turned everyone into a potential terrorist.

In the world of statistical averages, it is unlikely that the number of real terrorists out there even begins to approach the number of those perceived in the minds of the unstable regime.

The problem with the democrats is that they fail to recognize mental illness or to call anyone on it when they see it.

I blame this on widespread anti-depressant consumption. Without realizing it, those who are taking the drugs may find that their judgement is impaired--(Just like on the packets of cold remedies--don't take this and then operate heavy machinery.) Only, with prozac consumers, their judgment of imbicility, ruthlessness, cunning, thieving, torture, etc., has become impaired. They don't even recognize it when they see it plundering Washington.


Must Read: Bush Bars Taxpayers From Public Event
Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, over forty North Dakota residents were refused entry at a public event sponsored by President George W. Bush and paid for by American tax dollars. The residents, who included local college professors and a city commissioner, were refused entry because they were suspected of not supporting Bush’s political agenda. In response, Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe issued the following statement.

"It is disgusting and unpatriotic for President Bush to keep American taxpayers out of a public event they paid for just because they might disagree with his plan to privatize Social Security. If Bush really wants to have an open dialogue about the issue, he should welcome every American citizen to the table."

WASHINGTON POST: Some Barred From Bush's North Dakota Speech
"Not everyone was welcome, apparently, at President Bush's speech in North Dakota yesterday.

The Fargo Forum reported that a city commissioner, a liberal radio producer, a deputy Democratic campaign manager and a number of university professors were among more than 40 area residents who were barred from attending the Bush event. Their names were on a list supplied to workers at two ticket distribution sites.

The "Bush blacklist" is "frightening," Tom Athans, chief executive of Democracy Radio, said after learning that a producer for the liberal "Ed Schultz Show" was among those barred. "To blacklist a local citizen because he produces a radio program at odds with the political agenda of the White House is dangerous for democracy."

City Commissioner Linda Coates, whose husband was also on the list, told the newspaper that the list "is very revealing as to what this administration is all about."

The White House said the list may have come from volunteers; it did not come from the White House." [Washington Post, 2/04/05]

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe that the Dems did try to point out insanity in the Kentucky Senate race. The incumbant is deranged at the least, and the candidate who opposed him was extrememly credible, and not insane. And the voters apparently are very comfortable with that as they re-elected the senator with the diminished capacity by a comfortable margin. So, folks, does that tell us that voters vote for those who are insane or sane? Does that tell us the voters really care? The voters of this country just elected GWB! So, that tells me that it makes no difference if you point out anything! JMHO

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