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December 31, 2004

Guerilla Game Plan

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Terror Tactic

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Milwaukee Black Voters League

SOME WARNINGS FOR ELECTION TIME

IF YOU’VE ALREADY VOTED IN ANY ELECTION THIS YEAR YOU CAN’T VOTE IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

IF YOU’VE EVER BEEN FOUND GUILTY OF ANYTHING, EVEN A TRAFFIC VIOLATION YOU CAN’T VOTE IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

IF ANYBODY IN YOUR FAMILY HAS EVER BEEN FOUND GUILTY OF ANYTHING YOU CAN’T VOTE IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

THE TIME TO REGISTER FOR VOTING HAS EXPIRED. IF YOU HAVEN’T REGISTERED YOU CAN’T ANYMORE

IF YOU VIOLATE ANY OF THESE LAWS YOU CAN GET TEN YEARS IN PRISON AND YOUR CHILDREN WILL GET TAKEN AWAY FROM YOU
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December 30, 2004

Land of Enchantment or Phantom Votes

Filed under: Funnies — hannah @ 11:59 am

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December 29, 2004

New Mexico Mom

Filed under: another perspective — hannah @ 4:21 pm

To the editor:

A new year is upon us. It is a time to reflect on the events of the past year and look forward to the year ahead.
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Fair Elections

Filed under: another perspective — hannah @ 5:43 am

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December 28, 2004

Iraqi Dispatches

Filed under: another perspective — hannah @ 9:13 am

http://dahrjamailiraq.com/gallery/view_album.php?set_albumName=album28&page=1

December 26, 2004

Iraqi Dispatch

Filed under: another perspective — hannah @ 8:13 am

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Camp Victory?

Filed under: Down the drain — hannah @ 6:06 am

Rumsfeld Confused or Confusing?

Why is Secretary Rumsfeld talking about a “plane shot down over
Pennsylvania” in his address to the troops in Baghdad?
Why is he conflating events in Afghanistan and Iraq?
When people with recognizable mental problems do that it’s called
“confabulation”–making up stories out of similar but unrelated events.
So, can we conclude that Secretary Rumsfeld is either so stressed by his
office that he can’t think clearly or he’s told so many lies, he no longer
knows the truth.
Since General Myers also went to the trouble to link the insurgents in
Mosul to the agents of 9/11, clearly a lie, one might reasonably conclude
it’s the lies that are unraveling.
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December 25, 2004

Extremism

Filed under: another perspective — hannah @ 7:34 am

“Moderation in pursuit of freedom is no virtue and extremism in pursuit of liberty
is no vice.” — Barry Goldwater in a speech written by Karl Hess

Myers, appearing at the news conference with Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, said the attack was “the responsibility of the insurgents, the same insurgents who attacked on 9/11. The way you prevent this is to win the war on extremism.”

Not only is General Myers a liar, he’s a traitor to the principles he’s supposed to fight for.

December 24, 2004

Culture of Death

Filed under: Hannah's views — hannah @ 11:32 am

Some people are sloppy, lazy and/or careless and sometimes their behavior
turns out to be deadly for the people with whom they connect.
That’s not, however, the pattern we see in the transformation of the
corporate elite into a full-blown culture of death. There’s nothing
accidental about the behavior of the corporations, whose primary focus is
on producing death.
The missiles they are planting in Alaska and the next generation of nuclear
weapons about to be tested in the deserts of the Southwest, have exactly
the same purpose as the pesticides, herbicides and depleted uranium tipped
munitions they are delivering by the ton to Iraq. They’re intended to
leave death and destruction in their wake.
Even the records of the medical industry, not to mention the automotive,
chemical and energy sectors of our economy, demonstrate that the
prolongation of life, as often as not, is merely a an extended near-death
experience.
And, while one might argue that the “pro-life” movement is a singular
exception to this fixation on how more people and organisms can be killed,
that moniker is actually a misnomer. Pro-life, in practice, means being
pro-birth–a prerequisite if the cuture of death is to persist. The
culture of death must be able to count on an increasing number of births.
Otherwise, like the ancient Maya, the civilization will cease to exist

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