Thursday, October 28, 2004

You Decide

I received this email and was a little thrown off by it. You see, I have an alternate email addy I use to sign up with wacko right webistes such as Rush Limbauh or whatever, but I never expected this to arruve in the inbox or junk box. Take a peek for yourself and decide what is behind it.

"A week ago, we sent you an email asking for help debunking anti-Bush

documents.  After receiving hundreds of responses, it become clear that

all the documents were actually real: the Bush/Cheney DUIs, the Ken Lay
letters, and even the bin Laden memo. For more information visit the
documents page:

We also received hundreds of emails from concerned bloggers that
eloquently expressed the problems with the Bush administration. And as
we traveled across America campaigning for Bush, we learned more than
we wanted to know about Bush's policies. We came to see that this
administration is a catastrophe for most people.

As a result, we are abandoning our support of Bush and officially
endorsing John Kerry for President. You can read more at the Yes Bush
Can web site:
We deeply regret our misguided support and apologize for our previous
email. This will be the last email we will send directly to bloggers.
If you want to join us in supporting Kerry, you can find out more here:

Thank you for your understanding,

Yes Bush Can"

It is nice to see people discovering the truth.

Thursday, October 21, 2004

Not done yet.
I didn't pay much attention to the actual document I posted below, but after further investigation, I realized that the halt on the broadcast is just a false response aimed at 'pleasing' the protestors. The new program that will be aired in it's place still covers clips (if not complete scenes) of the anti-kerry documentary. This is not acceptable.

By the way, new reports show bush is de-evolving:

Because Blood Is Thinner Than Oil, And Whoppers Are Juicy.

Bush Relatives For Kerry
Quite humorous and worth thinking about. If your own blood doesn't support you, then you know ya gotta play dirty. Also check out the links section.

Also, You don't get my whopper
Basically, Burger King decided to pull its commercials from Sinclair's biased programming stations. I am betting that other companies did the same. According to the article, the documentary has been dropped from being aired and will be replaced, proving that we do have the power to make a difference. So how do you stand up to big companies? Boycott them. They get very scared when they see their stock prices falling.

"Sinclair on Tuesday backed away from airing a documentary critical of Kerry's Vietnam War-era record, but said it would show portions of that film in a special program that discusses allegations he betrayed fellow veterans with his antiwar activities."

"In response to the controversy, Sinclair said on Tuesday it would not air the entire documentary "Stolen Honor: Wounds That Never Heal," which accuses Kerry, a Democratic senator from Massachusetts, of betraying fellow Vietnam veterans by testifying more than 30 years ago against the war and about atrocities he said were committed by U.S. forces."

"Sinclair shares fell nearly 17 percent after the controversy began earlier this month, with investors concerned about a potential advertising boycott or legal threat.

After Sinclair clarified its broadcast plans, the stock rose 12.6 percent on Wednesday to close at $7.05 on the Nasdaq."

So, research and find all the campaign contributors for Bush, and if you have any involvement in their stock, products and whatnot, change that. Stop buying their products, tell your friends to aswell, whatever it takes. Here's the top contributors of 2004.

Morgan Stanley


Merrill Lynch




UBS Americas


Goldman Sachs




Credit Suisse First Boston


Lehman Brothers


Citigroup Inc


Bear Stearns


Ernst & Young


Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu


Wachovia Corp


US Government


Ameriquest Capital


Blank Rome LLP


Bank of America


JP Morgan Chase & Co


Microsoft Corp


Southern Co


Monday, October 18, 2004

Pat Robertson, a sinful whore?

This morning on the 700 club Pat Robertson said, and I quote, "I got laid last week."
Pat Robertson has finally admitted that he is a tyrant under Satan's control. This is shocking, horrible and true! Ladies and gentlemen, viewers of the #1 watched cable news program, fans of the truth, witnesses of 'fair and balanced' programming ... today we watch as the leader of the Christian Coalition falls on his face. He, like many past religious leaders, finally get caught up in their life of lies.

*** Take it easy people, I was just practicing my FAUX NEWS spin and distortion tactics. ***
The truth is, Pat Robertson did say,"I got laid last week", but he was referring to how young people talk about sex now days. The point is, after he said that, I was thinking what if FOX NEWS was a Democrat/Liberal news source? They would have taken that line and sent it into a traumatic spin through the air waves and cyber space. Much like what I did above. Ofcourse, they probably would have been a little more sly and effective.

BTW, Rush Limbaugh is upset that Bush didn't get the Nobel Peace Price. Can you believe that? Sheesh

John Stewart's Attack On Spin.

I would post it on Modern America, but the transcript is a little large. Anywho read it if you didn't watch it. It's great.

Sunday, October 17, 2004

On a site I think was called 'Yes Bush Can' a movement has began to get all the bloggers registered with the RNC/Bush '04 campaign to look for ways to prove that documents which could damage George W. Bush's reputation are misleading and fake. I'm sure they will point out that a comma used inappropriately shows that falsified documentation has taken place. One of the docs in question is a personal note to Ken Lay from George W. Bush. Others were DUI records among other things.

EDIT: Here is the site, ofcourse the URL would be 'falsdocs'.

Now, I am not one who exploits people's personal past, God knows my criminal/law run-in history is probably worse than Bush's. I know people make mistakes and can learn and change from them. But when your good friend is Ken Lay, and there is evidence that he scammed many, many people and caused millions of dollars in damge due to his and friends corrupted business methods, then walks due to Presidental pressure and aide, then that is something that should be investigated. Does this current administration's lies seem too 'movie conspiracy theory' to believe? Is that why they get away so easily?

"© Copyright 2004 Yes Bush Can | Yes Bush Can is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to re-electing George Bush and Dick Cheney."

WTF? Nonpartisan? You have got to be kidding me. First of all it is called "yesbushcan". Second, it says, "It must be fake: This is clearly a liberal media snow job on these poor girls." They are so partisan that they would go as far as to even protect the drunken hoes of the Bush family even when so much exposure of the daughters prove their public mischeivious acts.

I hate groups like this that claim to be nonpartisan or fair and balanced when they are not. Atleast Democrats and Liberals admit their sides. We don't hide behind stupid organization names. I mean come on, "yesbushcan" is nonpartisan?

Friday, October 15, 2004

Near or far, big or small, republican leaders are the same.

October 15, 2004
Massey CEO gives $1.7 million to anti-Warren McGraw group

By Toby Coleman
Staff writer

Don Blankenship, the chief executive officer of Massey Energy Co., said Thursday that he has given $1.7 million to a group that wants to oust state Supreme Court Justice Warren McGraw.

The group, called And for the Sake of the Kids, has spent $2.4 million on a series of ads calling McGraw soft on crime for voting to give convicted sex offender Tony D. Arbaugh Jr. another chance at probation.

In a written statement issued by the group, Blankenship said he is financing the group because “without a change in the Supreme Court, businesses will continue to avoid West Virginia” and the state’s “job shortage” will continue. He did not mention the Arbaugh case.

McGraw’s campaign said Blankenship’s involvement with the group proves that out-of-state businesses are trying to manipulate the election and take control of the high court.

“We have said all along that special interests are trying to buy this election in a bid to tell West Virginians how to vote and to deny them the right to elect their own judges,” McGraw campaign manager Andy Gallagher said in a written statement.

The campaign of McGraw’s Republican challenger, Brent Benjamin, said Blankenship’s huge contributions would not sway Benjamin’s decision if he were elected.

“Brent Benjamin has been very clear that when he is on the Supreme Court, justice will not be for sale,” said campaign spokesman Steve Cohen. “He is running to bring an end to special interest justice on the Supreme Court.”

This year, special interest groups have spent far more than any of the candidates for the 12-year Supreme Court seat up for grabs.

Ads hammering McGraw from groups like And for the Sake of the Kids have been countered by an organization funded by plaintiff’s lawyers called West Virginia Consumers for Justice.

The group, which has spent more than $1 million so far this year, has spent $500,000 in recent weeks to run ads painting Benjamin as a puppet of big business who is lying about McGraw’s record. Benjamin denies those accusations.

Charleston attorney Tim Bailey, a spokesman for the organization’s biggest backer, Consumer Attorneys of West Virginia, said the more than $900,000 his group has spent on the effort was money “given by West Virginians in the interest of protecting West Virginians.”

“For all of the accusations that fly around about trial lawyers trying to buy a seat on the Supreme Court, I think that the trail of money makes it very clear who is trying to buy the court, and that is fat cat Don Blankenship,” Bailey said.

Blankenship, the CEO of Richmond-based Massey since 1992, received $6 million in compensation last year, according to an analysis by the Sunday Gazette-Mail. Under his leadership, the company’s mining subsidiaries have been citied repeatedly for dumping coal waste into streams and violating other environmental laws.

His company is fighting a number of lawsuits that could end up in front of the Supreme Court in the next few years, including workers’ compensation claims, multimillion-dollar jury verdicts and a massive class-action suit accusing of using mining practices that add to Southern West Virginia’s flooding problems.

In a written statement issued by And for the Sake of the Kids, Blankenship said he sees his donations to the group as an attempt to make the state a better place to live.

“Today most children growing up in West Virginia accept the fact that there is no future for them here,” he said. “My own son, who is a student at Marshall University, today will face that same challenge. All of us should do what we can to make West Virginia a state where all of our kids can have a bright future.”

He also compared his political giving to a charitable enterprise.

“Over the years, I and the companies for which I worked have donated millions to West Virginia charities,” he said. “However, I decided this summer that the most productive donation I could make to my fellow West Virginians was to help defeat Warren McGraw.”

The reason: “Warren votes almost every time for plaintiffs and against job providers — unless the Charleston Gazette is the defendant.”

Blankenship has been able to give so much money to And for the Sake of the Kids because it is organized as an independent political organization. These groups are frequently called 527s, after the section of the federal tax code under which they are established.

In all, the group collected $2.5 million from 12 donors between Aug. 20 and Sept. 30. Most of the donors are executives in coal operations, like Jenmar Corp. in Pennsylvania and Nelson Brothers in Alabama.

The group also received $745,000 from Doctors for Justice, a Wheeling group that fears McGraw will strike down medical malpractice liability caps, and $1,000 from Raleigh County coal operator Tracy Hylton, the man whom McGraw defeated in 1972 to win a seat in the state Senate.

After the election, Blankenship said, he will start a foundation also called And for the Sake of the Kids to “provide needed clothing and other necessities to the most needy children of West Virginia.” He said that he intends to help the foundation raise an amount “similar” to $1.7 million in the coming years.

To contact staff writer Toby Coleman, use e-mail or call 348-5156.

Article can be found at:

Massey Energy is the company that brings Rush Limbaugh to the local 106.7 radio station. It seems that big time corrupt politics are making their way to lil' WV. Now, I know corruption has always played a role in politics of every state, but now 'Big Business' interests are persuading votes and actions. Take note to this section:

Blankenship, the CEO of Richmond-based Massey since 1992, received $6 million in compensation last year, according to an analysis by the Sunday Gazette-Mail. Under his leadership, the company’s mining subsidiaries have been citied repeatedly for dumping coal waste into streams and violating other environmental laws.

His company is fighting a number of lawsuits that could end up in front of the Supreme Court in the next few years, including workers’ compensation claims, multimillion-dollar jury verdicts and a massive class-action suit accusing of using mining practices that add to Southern West Virginia’s flooding problems.

First of all, I am glad this has been brought to the attention of the Gazette readers for further investigation. The Charleston Gazette may seem a little bias, which it is, bias in favor of truth. Democrats are the truth and republicans are the lies. Atleast it is here and in the main front of the nation. Secondly, the money being spent on these ads is a tremendous amount in my opinion, and you can see that the Republicans are spending way more the the Democrats. If Blankenship really gave two craps about 'the children' he'd donate 2 million in helping the needy. But, nah, he's the sterotypical repub. He'd rather use his money for self-interests.

Thursday, October 14, 2004

Local Politics

October 14, 2004

FOR THIS year’s primary election, West Virginia’s political registration stood at 655,646 Democrats and 321,586 Republicans, plus independents and third-party adherents. That’s a more than 2-to-1 Democratic advantage.

For the general election three weeks away, strong feelings of this crucial campaign are swelling registration, but the 2-to-1 edge probably will hold.

Yet current polls show Republican George W. Bush slightly leading the neck-and-neck presidential race in the Mountain State. Obviously, vast numbers of West Virginia Democrats intend to turn against their party again and support the opposing candidate, as they did in 2000.

Why is it happening? Why is our state veering toward the much-discussed red, or “retro,” bloc of states? The biggest reason, I think, is oversimplistic, one-issue misperceptions.

For example, many West Virginia gun-lovers claim that a Democratic victory might threaten hunting weapons. But this is erroneous. Gun-control efforts focus on criminal guns — snub-nosed stickup pistols and rapid-fire assault weapons favored by druglords — not the rifles and shotguns of hunters. Election of Democrat John Kerry wouldn’t affect sporting guns.

A bigger simplification involves fundamentalists who embrace Bush because he underwent an emotional religious conversion after years of heavy drinking. One such Kanawha County Democrat told reporter Eric Eyre that she’ll vote for Bush because he’s “a fundamental basic Christian” who opposes abortion and gay marriage. Her view echoes thousands in West Virginia.

For example, a group called the Coalition of Pro-Family West Virginians is flooding conservative churches with a “2004 Election Voter Guide” saying: (1) Bush wants school prayer and often “asks God to bless America,” but Kerry doesn’t; (2) Bush will appoint judges “who believe our rights are derived from God,” but Kerry won’t; (3) Bush supports the Boy Scouts for “not allowing homosexual scout leaders,” but Kerry doesn’t, etc.

West Virginians for Life, which claims to have 250,000 Mountain State members, endorsed Bush, saying he will appoint anti-abortion judges and will strive to curtail women’s right to choose abortion.

All this antipathy to gays and abortion, expressed in the name of religion, actually contradicts the very heart of Christianity. Jesus said nothing about gays or women’s right to choose. Instead, he advocated peace, compassion for underdogs, and religious privacy — values opposite those of the administration in Washington.

Jesus said to care for the poor — but Bush demanded enormous tax giveaways to the wealthy. Jesus said, “blessed are the peacemakers” — but Bush insisted on invading Iraq, an attack his clique had planned even before he gained office and before the 9/11 terrorist tragedy.

Jesus told his followers to pray alone in secret — but the White House backs public, government-sponsored displays of piety. Jesus opposed the death penalty, saying that only the sinless should cast the first stone — but Bush presided over a record-breaking 152 executions as Texas governor, and mocked pleas of the condemned.

Values that Jesus stood for are mostly opposite the president’s — yet fundamentalists adore Bush as their hero. It’s baffling that they embrace a warmonger who favors the rich. Nonetheless, GOP strategists do their utmost to milk votes from this church group.

Speaking at West Virginia State University Sunday, former Gov. Gaston Caperton urged Democratic campaign volunteers to try to counter the Republican support flowing from such churches. He told the volunteers to remind voters that Democrats support raising the minimum wage, providing health care and other compassionate concern for little people. In short, he said, Kerry’s values are closer to the Bible than Bush’s are.

Last month, leaders of a West Virginia Democratic women’s group called Drema Dems urged voters to “not be sidetracked by the three Gs — God, guns and gays.”

Wednesday’s New York Times contained a long analysis implying that Bible Belt churches and the gun lobby may be decisive factors on Election Day in West Virginia. It quoted Beckley insurance agent Bill Miller, a board member of the National Rifle Association, as saying of Democrats: “Next, they will try to ban my hunting rifle.” The Times added that “fliers distributed in church parking lots say Mr. Kerry favors ‘anti-Christian, anti-God, anti-family’ judges, same-sex marriage and abortion.” Those allegations are grotesquely distorted — but they show the intensity of the fundamentalist effort.

Thousands of Mountain State Democrats remain committed to the progressive, humanitarian values of their party, and aren’t sidetracked by these emotional issues. If they stand firm when the showdown arrives Nov. 2, they can outweigh the one-issue groups.

However, it’s a sad fact that great numbers of registered West Virginia Democrats don’t bother to vote. Fewer than half of them turned out for this year’s primary election. In the 2000 general election, total turnout was only 60 percent of all registered West Virginians of all parties.

If too many mainstream Democrats stay home on Nov. 2, highly mobilized gun-lovers and fundamentalists within the party may deliver West Virginia’s five electoral votes to Bush again. That would be a dismal mark on the state’s identity, I think.

Therefore, every standard West Virginia Democrat should feel a supreme urgency to get to the polls in this crucial election.

Haught, the Gazette’s editor, can be reached by phone at 348-5199 or e-mail at

Article can be found at:

Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Haloscan commenting and trackback have been added to this blog.

Tuesday, October 12, 2004


First of all, Gaston Caperton uses some of the conservative's crutches against them.
Go Gaston.
Secondly, while I was on my hour and a half drive to work today I was listening to Rush Limbaugh (as I sometimes do), and heard Rush say that Kerry's favorite word is "but". And that but is a qualifer for an antonym. He played a sound clip of Kerry's reacurring words right after he told his listeners that when Kerry says, "but" ignore everything he had said before it because that idea is about to change. He was trying his hand at ridiculing Kerry by saying (non)humorous statements similar to, "I am gonna fight for America, but I will seek global permission." Or "I have always approved this war, but I think it is wrong." Crap like that.
I tried to find a transcript of the show, but was unsuccessful. We all say 'but' and I am sure that fat bastard does aswell.

Also, check out this crap:

"NEW! Rush's Kerry vs Kerry Screensaver: Find out John Kerry's positions both for and against Iraq, gay marriage, national security, and more in Rush's eye-popping new screensaver package. You'll also receive hilarious wallpaper images of the French-looking Democrat candidate. "

Normally I wouldn't reprint this kind of b.s., but I feel this is so stupid it deserves humiliation. This was taken from Rush "the OC addict" Limbaugh's website. Does anyone else see the disrespect and childish actions in this? Not only does he disrespect Senator John Kerry, but the entire French nation. Who the f*ck do these Republicans think they are? One day they will regret their actions. Atleast I hope so.
Also, FOX NEWS aired an ad over th EIB brodcast. Geez, I am tired of talking and hearing about FOX. I wish America wasn't so dumb.

And ofcourse I am sure you all have heard about the anti-kerry documentary coming out. And as Relay has pointed out, 9/11 should be used to equalize the effect(and many, many more new documentories). I want to see every Democrat HQ showing Farhenheit 9/11 to members and local citizens. I would love to see the local theater cinemas providing free playings of the film aswell. If Moore would agree to it, I am sure it would bring in popcorn revenue for the theaters. But get real. They ain't gonna do it.

And finally...
Relay and I will be contacting the local papers about getting the truth out. We will try to see if they are fair enough to print a truth column about Kerry everyday until the election. If worse comes to worse, I may purchase some space like advertisment. Hmm, 3 weeks of space is...?

Blah, more to come on that later,

Monday, October 11, 2004

Test of Wills

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, calling the Iraq war a "test of wills with insurgents", has told Iraqi security forces protecting their nation's sovereignty is their duty. Well, isn't it our duty to protect our nation's honor and sovereignty? To keep our government legitimate? I think so.

I do not want to attack religion, a big part being that I was raised pentacostal and still have some faith and respect for the idea, but the more I think about the idiots who are voting for George Bush because of a religious issue, or because God told them to, or because Pat Robertson said it is a sin not to; the more I doubt their intelligence and what they believe in. The bad thing is that this is a domino effect to me, but that is a personal issue I will not go into.

This is a test of wills for us Democrats. We are being cornered and attacked from every angle possible. This is a time when Democrats are being belittled and thought of as ancient.
Lord Relay and I were discussing this the other day and it seems that Republicans are the new "Democrats". Meaning that it is now hip or kewl to be a Republican, especially in a state primarily controlled by Liberals or Democrats. These new idiots think they are bing rebels or something. Trying to stand out and be different, but to me it seems like they are just placing their beliefs aside for fame, popularity or prosperity. So... atleast we know they haven't changed.

Sunday, October 10, 2004

Afghanistan voting fraud?

Reports say that there is a large possibility of voting fraud in Afghanistan. They say the thumb printing and other minor voter identification steps taken were very minimal in preventing such frauds as double voting.

Figures. I mean, this is a Bush created regime. What else did you expect? They are mimicing the 2000 election. Sheesh.
Also, FOX news is showing some crap about how Dubya is back from his beat down. Whatever.

Freaking hilarious!!!!

Saturday, October 09, 2004

Look at my grinch grin.

I dunno, maybe it is just my advanced thought process(or not), but President Bush seems like a child because he smirks every time he says something he thinks is "kewl". I dunno.
President Bush brings up the Dredd Scott case in a question about appointing a supreme court judge. Not really listening to him though. I'm sure it is just some crazy attempt to connect his ignorant ideas to a just historic cause.

Sarah Degginhart(spelling?)
Question to Sen. John Kerry
- Abortion not being funded by tax dollars.

Errr, basically Kerry is saying that he will not deny a person the funding for an abortion if they want it and can't afford it. I dunno about this answer. Many people may disapprove. But it doesn't matter. It still isn't as bad as killing over 12,000 innocent Iraqi civilians.

I'm sleepy. Goodnight.

"I own a timber company?"

"News to me."

[few seconds pause]

"Need some wood?"

You see, now this is a prime example of his incompetence. His ignorance is outstanding. He searches the midsts of his melon to pull out one lame joke... "need some wood?"

What the heck?

Debate two.

I had to work while the town hall debate went on, so I am forced to watch the 2nd debate the same way I viewed the V.P. debate; from a replay on fox news. Forgive me.

[Sloppy random rants below]

The President definately started off much better than the first occasion. He got off to a good start. However, on the question about Iran creating nukes shortly in the near future, when Dumb-ya got up to respond, I noticed a few people in the crowd smiling and giggling a dubya's dumb one liners. Is this proof the audience was planted? If I was a neo conservative, I would say so... if the tables were turned.


The President showed his aggressive, Texas, shut-the-f#$* up behavior when he interrupted the moderator, Charles Gibson.


I just don't understand how America is so stupid. Wait, I do. But still, I wish they wasn't. Noone has asked the President his concrete policy on preserving our natural resources. Keeping them pure, safe and abundant.


He is no environmentalist. The President says he is proposing a plan to cut deisel pollution or something. I dunno, he wasn't really clear. He says "lousy federal policy" allows trees/forests to be destroyed and kept unharvested or something. He is stupid.

Now he is a bastard. He is bringing up clean coal issues. He is now stomping on my ground. Don't "tread on me" Dubya.

Kerry is socking it to him. Bringing up the fact about global warming retractions.

Senator Kerry even sits more properly. That alone leaves a positive impression on the mind.

Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Post To Southern Appeal

Ann Coulter (and many other False-Conservatives) claim that annoying the Liberals/Democrats is a good move to make in debating and shutting them down. Well, I am gonna give them a taste of their own medicine. For decades, we Democrats have been the mature ones. Staying aside from childish arguing and name calling. Since the George Bush administration, the childish politics and campaigning has really kicked it in high gear. Follow along as I irritate the Right with witty and tactful rhetoric. Muhahahahah. Okay here is my first attempt. It's not the greatest, but hey I am a beginner.

"You know what. The more you guys try to be like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter and Bill O'reilly; the more you piss me off. You are nothing more than a true Dixiecrat+Refaglican. Not just from the south, but a fat, racist, prejudice, lying bastard.

I know why you Conservatives lie so much. It is because you are a dying breed. In the next 15-20 years you will have no control. Not even over a PTA meeting. You all are struggling, screaming, crying to stay alive. To keep your greedy views breathing and spreading, you must win this election and manipulate stupid America to save your arse. The truth is, and anyone who has common sense can see it, that George Bush is an awful President. He'd be on vacation right now if Cheney would let him.

When John Kerry becomes the incumbent of '04, I am gonna ask you a very important question. Your answer will determine how your life spins or straightens out.

No matter how much money you people have over us, you will not and cannot oppress us. Democrats... Liberals... Freedom Fighters, whatever you want to call us, we will win. Your manipulating rhetoric can only work on the ignorant and senile. The aging youth of today understands the importance of education and can see through your lies.

Here we come."
-- Professor X

Welcome To Modern America

Hello folks. Welcome to the new blog based on common sense politics. While the majority of my entries will be political, i'll also cover random rants and other thoughts that happen to come outta my head.

First of all, for the first entry of my "Weekly Truth" column, I feel compelled to publish a list of idiots/corrupt beings/greedy scumbags/power hungry chimps/evil-scheming pigs.

This list is in random order:
George W. Bush
Dick Cheney
Sean Hannity
Rush Limbaugh
Bill o'reilly
Ann Coulter
Donald Rumsfeld
Condoleeza Rice
Paul Wolfowitz

Okay, now with that out of the way, lets cover why I felt compelled to make such a list. Easy. Every person on that list never listens to other people's opinions. They are stubborn, evil, corrupted and liars. They manipulate and brainwash many people for their own greedy, evil intentions. It's not only that, it is the fact that they hide behind the christian title and then perform their satanist errands.

The old sterotype is true, Democrats are for the little man, while Republicans are for the rich, white, fat-cats. There is so much truth in that it is scary.

Okay, before I go any further I will introduce myself a little. I am a 21 year old student, who is a customer service representative (CSR) for a major satellite television programming provider. I major in Political Science at a local University (2nd school attended). I'm a registered Democrat and volunteer in my state... and a fair and balanced moderator.