Archive for June 3rd, 2005

Jun 03 2005

WVA Giving Up The Byrd?

I predicted quite a while ago I felt Byrd would not survive this election season. He has become a mockery of the Senate in his ramblings. I have some respect for the man’s years of service, but at the same time he is tainted goods with his KKK past and resistence to minorities in leadership […]

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Jun 03 2005

Dean Is Killing the Dems

OK folks, let us all recall Bush won in 2004 with nearly 60 million votes, 3 million more than Kerry. These were all time numbers (total, not percentage). Moderate, non aligned voters make up roughly a third of the electorate. Bush won these handily, but Kerry had a lot of votes from this pool of […]

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Jun 03 2005

America’s Humble Heroes

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What distinguishes America? Not only can our leaders come from anywhere within our society (Rice, Powell, Bush, Clinton, etc) so do our heroes. In fact, our heroes are more likely to come from the core of America – the average citizen. Here is a story of one such American. An extraordinary person who reflects well […]

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Jun 03 2005

The Sky Is Falling!! – Not.

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NYTimes had to admit again today the economy under Bush is darn good. WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. employers added only 78,000 workers to their payrolls last month, far fewer than expected, a government report showed on Friday, but the unemployment rate edged down to it lowest level since September 2001. [5.1%, which they had to […]

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Jun 03 2005

Filibuster Showdown

Many felt the GOP lost terribly when the filibuster deal was made at the 11th hour. Then again, many felt that this was a first skirmish in a strategic political battle where the GOP had to win the filibuster fight, win the nominations and win the respect and support of the American people (mainly the […]

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