Tuesday, January 15, 2008

It is way long past time that WAR was declared against the American mainstream BULLSHIT media!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




After some confirmed cases of unreported votes in the recent New Hampshire primary, and what seems to be a huge disparity between polls and votes counted by hand versus polls and votes counted by machine, little known Republican candidate Albert Howard and Democrat Dennis Kucinich requested a recount of the New Hampshire primary, which is scheduled to begin tomorrow.

Shortly after submitting this request, Kucinich was UNINVITED to tonight's MSNBC "debate." So he sued MSNBC. And he won. We are led to believe that television news stations are here to inform and educate the people. So it would make sense that MSNBC would re-invite Mr. Kucinich. Instead, MSNBC is currently appealing. Why? Because the debate is for them. Not us. The company is owned by GE, which makes untold amounts of money off war contracts.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Thursday, January 10, 2008

You may have heard Fox, CNN, MSNBC, every local news broadcast and every idiotic dink on the television ask incessantly, "Why were the polls so wrong?" Yet absolutely no one in the "news" media will even mention the word DIEBOLD. Two stolen elections to cold-blooded treasonous murderers and nobody in the mainstream media will mention the second greatest story of our time. One of the benchmarks of our freedom, voting, has been lost, and no one will talk about it. This is no mistake. There is a war on us. And we are losing.

Kucinich Asks for New Hampshire Recount in the Interest of Election Integrity

“New Hampshire is in the unique position to address – and, if so determined, rectify – these issues before they escalate into a massive, nationwide suspicion of the process by which Americans elect their President. Based on the controversies surrounding the Presidential elections in 2004 and 2000, New Hampshire is in a prime position to investigate possible irregularities and to issue findings for the benefit of the entire nation,” Kucinich wrote in his letter.

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Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Monday, January 07, 2008

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Kean and Hamilton admit (again) that the 9/11 COMMISSION'S findings are COMPLETE BULLSHIT.

Read it in The New York Times Sucks Ass

New York Times, who suck so much ass, I just wanted to thank you for assisting evil. Awesome work! Iraq, 9/11, 2000 and 2004 elections. Democracy is so fun!
PHIL DONAHUE (MSNBC, 1/13/03): Tonight: Anti-war protestors taking on the government, is there a place for them in this post 9/11 world or are they just downright unpatriotic.

PHIL DONOHUE: And I just felt, you know, what would be wrong with having one show a night, you know, say, "Hold it. Wait a minute. Can we afford this? Do we have enough troops? And what about General Shinseki? And where are all-- you know, what is Guantanamo?" I mean, "What's wrong with this?"

I thought people who didn't like my message would watch me. Because no one else was doing it. That's why, I couldn't get over the unanimity of opinion on cable. The drum was beating. Everybody wanted to bomb somebody. And I'm thinking, "Wait a minute." So here I go, I mean fool that I am, I rushed in.

PHIL DONOHUE: Scott Ritter is here and so is Ambassador...

BILL MOYERS: You had Scott Ritter, former weapons inspector. Who was saying that if we invade, it will be a historic blunder.

PHIL DONOHUE: You didn't have him alone. He had to be there with someone else who supported the war. In other words, you couldn't have Scott Ritter alone. You could have Richard Perle alone.

BILL MOYERS: You could have the conservative.

PHIL DONOHUE: You could have the supporters of the President alone. And they would say why this war is important. You couldn't have a dissenter alone. Our producers were instructed to feature two conservatives for every liberal.

BILL MOYERS: You're kidding.

PHIL DONOHUE: No this is absolutely true.

BILL MOYERS: Instructed from above?

PHIL DONOHUE: Yes. I was counted as two liberals.