I miss the Big Dog's presidency. With W we have the Hot Dog presidency.
“Bush announced today, we do not have a shortage of flu vaccine. He says what we have is a surplus of patients who want it.” -- Jay Leno
"Our (Election 2004) Fiasco Preview begins where the fiasco began last time: Florida. While The Sunshine State's 2000 debacle gave all of America 36 days of breezy, lighthearted fun, there were negative aspects as well, and the state has been warned by God four times this hurricane season alone to never let it happen again." – Jon Stewart
Bombings kill at least 8 in Iraq Boston Globe, MA
Weapons stash could be in 'wrong hands' Chicago Sun Times, IL
Iraqi officials investigating infiltrators' role in ambush Houston Chronicle, TX
Increase In War Funding Sought washingtonpost.com
“It's the Red Sox and the Cardinals, they're going to play each other in the World Series, well, for the first time since 1967. I mean, think about what life was like back then. It was really different. We had a bad economy, an unpopular war, the President was from Texas. Thank God those days are over.” -- Jay Leno
I didn't know I was UnAmerican
Mass. Governor Criticizes Flow of Terror Information Washington Post
Rehnquist treated for thyroid cancer Scripps Howard News Service
isn't good for my heart, I don't know what is."
BILL CLINTON, at a Kerry campaign rally in Philadelphia.
Yet Another Anti-Bush Poem
By Madeleine Begun Kane
Lost explosives -- many tons.
Feeling safer anyone?
Bush forgot to mind the store.
Must not give him four years more.
Fear mong'ring, they claim of John.
Just another Dick/Dub con.
No regrets, Bush says each day.
Time to tell Bush, "Go away!"
Tax relief, Bush swears we got.
The rest of my poem is here:
“You know what's great about the Red Sox win? See, the Boston Red Sox proved that the team with the most money doesn't always win, which, of course, is bad news for the Republicans, but hey.” -- Jay Leno
FBI Saw Inmates Treated Harshly at Abu Ghraib New York Times, NY
The CIA's Disappeared Washington Post, DC
Subject: What if Bush wins?
Will AHNC cease to exist if Bush wins?
AHNC will be four years old next month. We're just getting started. I'll be there for you if you are there for me. I look at it as a form of symbiosis.
Go-F*** -Yourself News
Dick Cheney and Bill Clinton in Florida Today AM850, Florida
'O'Reilly' really should be all over O'Reilly's case Houston Chronicle, TX
Don't Fear Lack Of Flu Vaccine, Health Officials Say NBC 10.com, PA
Fulton County runs out of flu shots for clinics Toledo Blade, OH
Seniors scrambling, waiting for flu shots Fort Worth Star Telegram (subscription), TX
Bay State still short, but not bereft of flu vaccine Boston Herald, United States
Slim profits hurt flu vaccine supply, US shortages could persist ... Kentucky.com, KY
British flu vaccine workers take pride in plant, but worry about ... Tallahassee.com, FL
Price gouging of vaccine under investigation San Mateo County Times
FDA promises speedy reply to state bid to import flu vaccine Chicago Sun Times, IL
Hi Lisa and
I wanted to thank you for the tremendous job that you do. I also wanted to share the following links that I found interesting that you may want to add to your site:
On www.congress.org , you can pledge your vote (for what it's worth). This site also has one of the easier ways to contact one's senator, etc.
Here is a link to the Jon Stewart video shown on Crossfire: http://newmexiken.com/archives/2004/10/003988.php.
Thanks again for all you do. A donation is in the mail. I'm not just saying that!
Thank you for writing.
Our jobs here at AHNC are one of the few created under Bush. Ironic, eh?
Thank you for the links.
I am optimistic that Kerry will win. Bush can't rig the entire election--just Florida and Texas. But I am still keeping my fingers crossed.
Thanks for wanting to support us. Every little bit helps us put food on our family.
Graphic By Bill Tyler
“They've started voting in Florida. The election is three weeks away, and the early voting in Florida, this gives them an extra two weeks to rig the results.” -- David Letterman
Bush Blames Poorly Made Shirt for Bulge Guardian, UK
Dole, Gore Offer Lively Debate at Regent University Christian Broadcasting Network
Halloween bedevils some U.S. churches Chicago Tribune
The all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee moves up the side of a 30-story skyscraper in New York, Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004, in a promotional event. The event, staged by mounting the jeep on a track on the building, kicked-off the arrival of the 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee. (DaimlerChrysler)