Nine One One 2003
Outbidding $25m bounty with loyalty, Osama bin Laden dodges
Bush keeps a low profile - Telegraph.co.uk
Bin Laden's Location Sought in New Video
ABC News -9-11-03
The first video image of Osama bin Laden in nearly two years was broadcast on Al-Jazeera TV, the eve of Thursday's second anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. ...
Patriot Act Games?
Slate - 9-11-03
... And no terrorist networks will ever gain weapons of mass destruction from Saddam ... A NYT's front-page piece on the release of an Osama Bin Laden video ...
This national nightmare will begin to end with re-defeating Bush in 2004.
We won't ever forget Nine One One.
Osama bin Laden had the evil done.
But Bush instead stripped Saddam of his powers,
He forgot Osama brought down the Twin Towers.
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is for those who don't have the brains to avoid evil." - Flannery
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"Now Bush is making preemptive strikes on the Treasury. "
"President Bush, to help stabilize the situation in Iraq, is asking for $80 billion dollars. I'm wondering, why is he asking us? That's like one Republican fundraiser." —David Letterman
Even Republicans are disgusted with Bush. Click below to find out more.
Republicans For Dean
"The group, the Project for the New American
Century, or PNAC, was founded in 1997. Among its supporters were three
Republican former officials who were sitting out the Democratic presidency
of Bill Clinton: Donald Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney and Paul Wolfowitz.
Thank you for writing. You put things into perspective in your eloquent Canadian way. Very well stated.
I really like Howard Dean also. I am just waiting for the GOPigs to get out on the airwaves and try to smear him as they did to Senator John McCain, Senator Max Cleland and the countless Americans who disagree with the Bushies.
The real war has yet to begin.
"We should feed the republicans a bunch of beans and let them play with matches. "
Thanks to Eric Zahler
| THIS DAY IN
September 11, 1973 -- Allende dies in coup
...Chile's armed forces stage a coup d'état against the
government of President Salvador Allende, the first democratically elected
Marxist leader in Latin America. Allende retreated with his supporters to La
Moneda, the fortress-like presidential palace in Santiago, which was
surrounded by tanks and infantry and bombed by air force jets. Allende
survived the aerial attack but then apparently shot himself to death as
troops stormed the burning palace, reportedly using an automatic rifle given
to him as a gift by Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
The worst thing about Northwestern
University's 22-21 loss to Air
Force late in the fourth quarter was that the Air Force player who kicked the
winning field goal was John Ashcroft's son. - Sent in by Dave, a fan
Zelda wonders if Bush and Cheney exchanged Happy Trifecta cards today.
Lisa is at your service -
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There are ten commandments that should be carved in stone at every courthouse in America. They are called the "Bill of Rights."
Hurricane Isabel is seen in the Atlantic in this September 10, 2003 satellite image. The powerful hurricane remained a Category 4 on the Saffir-Simpson scale early September 11, packing winds near 145 miles per hour as it continued to move westward, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami. A 5-day forecast track shows the eye of Isabel veering just to the east of the Bahamas through early Tuesday.